MALE NUDE STUDY BY ALFRED WOLMARK 1877-1961

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MALE NUDE STUDY BY ALFRED WOLMARK 1877-1961

3,300.00

A nude study of a male model by Alfred Wolmark 1877-1961 executed in black chalk and signed "Wolmark" in red pencil to the lower right. Presented in a wide grey washed frame with gold geometric detail.

Dimensions:

Unframed: 41cm x 63cm

Framed: 64.5cm x 87cm

"Wolmark studied at the Royal Academy 1895 – 1898 and he received the 1st Silver Medal for Drawing. His distinct fauvist style emerged after encountering Roger Fry’s 1910 Post-Impressionist exhibition in London and a trip to France in 1911, in London he became one of the leaders of the avant-garde before the first World War."

A gifted portraitist, whose sitters included Thomas Hardy, Aldous Huxley and G. K. Chesterton, Wolmark designed costume and stage sets for two Diaghilev ballets in 1911, and a set of abstract designs for the stained glass windows of the church of St. Mary’s in Slough in 1915.

Public collections include: National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery, Tate Gallery, British Museum, London; National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield; Jewish Museum, New York.

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