London, Redfern Gallery, British Prints of the Post-War Years, 1986, no. 121
Executed circa 1950. To be sold together with three drawings on transfer paper by the same hand. The following works were a design for an unrealised lithograph in three colours. The colours were to be Rose Bengal with ultramarine, Burnt Siena with chrome organe and Hooker's Green. This group demonstrates the use of transfer paper for the making of colour lithographs during the late 1940s and 50s. It was probably commissioned by the Redfern Gallery and Millers Press to be sent to the Master-Printer Louis Ravel in Paris.