(England 05 Dec 1890–19 Aug 1957)
76.7 x 59.2cm stretcher; 93.5 x 75.5 x 6.5cm frame
David Bomberg was a precursor of the Vorticist movement in England and produced some of the most radical cubo-futurist works to come from Britain just before World War I. After serving in the First World War he abandoned his more radical experiments and looked instead back to the influence of Walter Sickert. Over the next decades he evolved a vigorous expressive style which was to influence younger artists including Auerbach and Kossoff. This is one of a series of late landscapes painted in Spain.
Annandale Galleries (Australia), pre 29 Aug 2000, Sydney/New South Wales/Australia, Purchased by the AGNSW from Annandale Galleries 2000. Purchased from the exhibition 'Bomberg, Lanyon, Hitchens' 19 July - 12 August 2000.
Bernard Jacobson Gallery (England), pre 29 Aug 2000, London/England
Charles Wilson (England), pre 10 Nov 1989, London/England, sold Christie's London, 10 November 1989, 'Modern British Art' lot no. 253, 'The property of a gentleman'.
Gill Polonsky (Author), David Bomberg: Modern British Master Series Vol.II, London, 1990, 11 (illus.).
David Bomberg, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, Nov 1999–Nov 1999.
David Bomberg & Peter Lanyon, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, May 2000–May 2000.
Bomberg, Lanyon, Hitchens, Annandale Galleries, 19 Jul 2000–12 Aug 2000.