(United States of America, England 10 Nov 1880 – 19 Aug 1959)
32.3 x 18.0 x 29.5 cm; 5.2 cm base [height]
Evelyn Silber, The sculpture of Epstein, Oxford, 1986, (illus.). cat.no. 76 (2)
Robert Haines, Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, 'Rodin and Modern British Sculpture', pg. 151-154, Sydney, Jul 1963, cover (illus.).
Richard Buckle, Jacob Epstein sculptor, London, 1963, 87. pl. 131
the Masters, The Adelaide Festival of Arts 1960: Souvenir catalogue of special exhibitions at the National Gallery of South Australia, Sculpture, Adelaide, 1960. cat.no. 2
Queensland Art Gallery, Epstein and Sickert, Brisbane, 1954. cat.no. 1
Robert Black, The art of Jacob Epstein, New York, 1942, 231. no, 51, as 1917
Sydney Ure Smith, Art in Australia, 'Recent Purchases for the National Art Gallery of NSW', pg. 8-15, Sydney, May 1934, 8, 11.
Sir Jacob Epstein and Arnold Haskell, The sculptor speaks: Jacob Epstein to Arnold L. Haskell: a series of conversations of art, London, 1931, 173.
National Portrait Society London, 7th annual exhibition, London, 1918. cat.no. 49?
Ernest Brown and Phillips Ltd, London, Catalogue of an exhibition of the sculpture of Jacob Epstein, London, 1917. cat.no.11, (plaster, up to 6)
The sculpture of Jacob Epstein, The Leicester Galleries, London, Feb 1917–Mar 1917
The National Portrait Society: 7th annual exhibition, 1918, Grosvenor Gallery, London, England, 1918–1918
National Art Gallery of NSW purchases, Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd, London, 20 Sep 1933–07 Oct 1933
Epstein and Sickert, Queensland Art Gallery, South Brisbane, 14 May 1954–14 Jun 1954
Sculpture by the Masters: Adelaide Festival of Arts 1960, National Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 12 Mar 1960–26 Mar 1960
Crowning glory, Lewers Bequest and Penrith Regional Art Gallery, Emu Plains, 13 Jul 2013–08 Sep 2013