oil on canvas
76.3 x 64.0 cm
Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Bequest of Beatrice Moresby through the National Art Collections Fund in memory of her mother Joan Morrisby 1987
Not on display
© Sir Matthew Smith Estate
Shown in 4 exhibitions
Matthew Smith: retrospective exhibition, Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd, London, 16 Oct 1929–16 Nov 1929
British painting since Whistler, National Gallery, London, London, 1940–1940
Jacob Epstein, Matthew Smith, Temple Newsam House, England, 12 Jul 1942–14 Sep 1942
A memorial exhibition of works by Sir Matthew Smith, 1879-1959, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 15 Oct 1960–07 Dec 1960
Lady Whitley Thomson, pre 23 Oct 1929, England
Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd, 23 Oct 1929, London/England, Purchased by Arthur Tooth & Sons from Lady Whitley Thomson, 23 October 1929, and sold on the same day to Captain SW Sykes. Tooth stock no. 8883.
Captain SW Sykes, post 23 Oct 1929, England, Purchased by Captain Sykes from Arthur Tooth & Sons, 23 October 1929
Mrs Eric Davis, 1940, United Kingdom, by 1940, Lent by Mrs Davis to the 1940 exhibition 'British Painting since Whistler' at the National Gallery, London
Mrs P Cayalet, 1942, Kent/England, by 1942, Lent by Mrs Cayalet to the 1942 exhibition 'Jacob Epstein, Matthew Smith' at Temple Newsam House.
Beatrice Moresby, circa 1960-20 Nov 1987, London/England, Bequest of Beatrice Moresby through the National Art Collections Fund 1987
Referenced in 5 publications
Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd, Matthew Smith: retrospective exhibition, London, 1929. cat.no. 24
Anne Kirker and Peter Tomory, British painting 1800–1990 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1997, 160. cat.no. 2012
National Gallery, London, British painting since Whistler, London, 1940. Register no. 511, lent by Mrs Eric Davis
Royal Academy of Arts, A memorial exhibition of works by Sir Matthew Smith, 1879-1959, London, 1960. cat.no. 158, lent by Mrs B.Moresby
Temple Newsam House, Exhibition of sculpture and paintings by Jacob Epstein and Matthew Smith, Leeds, 1942. cat.no. 113, lent by Mrs P. Cayalet