(Australia, United Kingdom 1892 – 11 Nov 1947)
(Reclining female nude)
- Not on display
- Further information
An illustration in his 'Figure drawing', London: Faber and Faber, 1940, p. 137 illus. 168.
Accompanying text reads ...
" Flesh is always inclined to fall away from the bones when the form is in a position other than the erect; and this may be observed even in slim subjects. Indications of this may be seen in Diagram 168, where the bones of the head, the thoracic arch, and the wrist articulations complement the falling flesh of the upper arms accommodated on the mattress, the flattening of the breasts, and the engaged line on the inner side of the left thigh."
Australian Art Department, AGNSW, August 2001
- pen and black ink on ivory wove paper
- 29.0 x 20.4 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Signed l.l., pen and black ink "Medworth.". Not dated.
- Gift of Maggie Rowe 2001
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