(United Kingdom, Australia 1894–1937)
30.5 x 22.5 x 16.5cm:
Base; 11.6 x 10.9cm; Base and head are one piece. These dimensions are purely for installation purposes to indicate required size of plinth.
Ann Stephen (Australia) (Author), Andrew McNamara (Australia) (Author), Philip Goad (Australia) (Author), Modern times: the untold story of modernism in Australia, Sydney, 2008, 64 (colour illus.). NOTE: Titled 'Marble head of Len Lye'
'Portrait sculpture: simultaneously the most artificial and the most "real"' by Deborah Edwards, pg. 29-31., Look Sep 2003, Sep 2003, 31 (colour illus.).
'The new face of portraiture' by Laura Murray Cree, pg. 63-64., State of the arts Jul 2003-Sep 2003, Jul 2003-Sep 2003, 64 (colour illus.).
Deborah Edwards (Australia) (Author), Presence & absence: portrait sculpture in Australia, Canberra, 2003, front cover (colour illus., detail), ii (colour illus.), iv, 55, 81. cat.no. 37
Mark Ferson (Australia) (Editor), Mary Nilsson (Australia) (Editor), Aspects of Art Deco in Australia: Sunrise over the Pacific, St Leonards, 2001, 39 (colour illus.), 41. plate no. 38
'Sculpture vulture', pg. 20., Nine to five 29 Nov 1999, 29 Nov 1999, 20 (illus.).
Deborah Edwards (Australia) (Author), 'This vital flesh': the sculpture of Rayner Hoff and his school, Domain, 1999, 40, 42 (colour illus.), 43 (colour illus.), 47, 101.
Graeme Sturgeon (Australia, b.1936, d.1990) (Author), The development of Australian sculpture, 1788-1975, London, 1978, 98 (illus.).
'Rayner Hoff: examples of his work; fine gallery collection' by Enid N MacDonald, pg. 13., The Sydney morning herald 17 Jun 1939, 17 Jun 1939, 13 (illus.).
Sculpture of Rayner Hoff: Memorial Exhibition, David Jones' Art Gallery, Sydney, 19 May 1938–04 Jun 1938.
'This vital flesh': the sculpture of Rayner Hoff and his school, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 26 Nov 1999–16 Jan 2000.
Parallel Visions: Twenty-two artists from the Australian collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 22 Feb 2002–May 2003.
Presence and absence: portrait sculpture in Australia, National Portrait Gallery [Old Parliament House], 22 Aug 2003–16 Nov 2003.
Modern Times, Powerhouse Museum, 01 Aug 2008–08 Feb 2009.