London, South Kensington
21 January 2014
Joseph Edward Southall, R.W.S., R.B.S.A., N.E.A.C. (1861-1944)
A study for 'Up from the Sea' 1920 (illustrated); and Figures on the Beach, Southwold, 1929.
the first signed with monogram and dated '9.VII/1920' (lower left); the second signed with monogram and dated '13.VII.1929 (lower left)
the first pencil and coloured chalks on grey paper; the second pencil and watercolour on ochre paper
8.1/4 x 11.3/4 (21 x 29.8 cm.); and 5.3/4 x 9 in. (14.6 x 22.8 cm.)
with A. Fortunoff
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Aldeburgh, 1981, no. 32 and 64.
London, The Fine Art Society, Sixty works by Joseph Southall from the Fortunoff Collection', 2005, no. 44 and 56.
The first sheet is a study for the central Fishermen in one of Southall's best known works 'Up from the sea' (1920) which is now held in Nottingham, Southall's birthplace, at the city's art gallery. For a further catalogue note on Southall please see lot ....
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