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Putting Up Her Hair

Sir George Clausen (1852-1944)


Price
£4,500

Medium
Chalk on tinted paper

Dimensions
11 ½ x 9 ¼ inches

Exhibited
'A Century of British Art: 1900-1945', Chris Beetles Gallery, 21 June-17 July 2021, No 7

The present chalk drawing by George Clausen of a woman putting up her hair seems to relate to Study of a Female Nude, dated to about 1918, and now in the collections of The Holburne Museum, Bath. That drawing, in chalk and conté, shows the front view of a woman holding a very similar position. These two studies are among several works by the artist to show nudes arranging their hair, the most well-known and finished of which are probably the oils, Primavera (1914) and Girl Braiding Her Hair (circa 1917).


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