c.28.5 x 20.5cm, framed and glazed (overall size: c.41 x 32cm), c.1920
Helton Godwin ("Peter") Baynes (1882-1943) was an important associate of Jung in Zurich from c.1920. He first introduced Jungian psychology to England in 1922 and remained a close friend and associate of Jung’s until his early death in 1943. This painting has remained within Baynes's family ever since and has never been published or discussed by Jung scholars. The childlike figure of 'Phanes', is a philosophical attempt to grasp and illustrate the creative drive known to man by subjective experience.
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