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Head of a woman (1920s)

Photo credit: Trustees of the British Museum

Details

Classification:

Print

Physical Object Description:

Head of a woman in outline, with hooded eyes and pouting mouth. Drypoint, 1920s. Signed and numbered in pencil 'II/X' and annotated at the top 'Rome'.

Technique:

Drypoint

Dimensions:

15.2 x 12.5 cm

Accession Number:

1931,1114.44

Credit:

Presented by the Contemporary Art Society, 1931

Scheme:

Gift

Ownership history:

Gifted by Campbell Dodgson (1867-1948) to the Prints and Drawings Fund of the Contemporary Art Society, 1929; presented to Prints and Drawings Department, British Museum, London, 1931

Subject:

Woman, Portraits

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Artworks by Frits Herman van Hengelaar*

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