Conceived in 1914, the present work is one of 3 cast by the Susse Freres foundry for the Hanover Gallery in 1957. One is in the Collection at Tate and the other is at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge.
The present work is one of two maquettes for two stone flower-vases commissioned in Spring 1914 through the Omega Workshops. They were never realised in their final forms; Horace Brodzky wrote on visiting the abandoned studio in October 1914: 'The stones lay there in the yard, the grass sprouting between them, now firmly embedded by their weight in the ground.'
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