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TAKING SHAPE: 20TH CENTURY SCULPTURE FROM THE BLOCH FAMILY COLLECTION

Barbara Hepworth
MAQUETTE FOR DUAL FORM
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TAKING SHAPE: 20TH CENTURY SCULPTURE FROM THE BLOCH FAMILY COLLECTION

Barbara Hepworth
MAQUETTE FOR DUAL FORM
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Details & Cataloguing

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Barbara Hepworth
1903 - 1975
MAQUETTE FOR DUAL FORM
inscribed Barbara Hepworth, dated 1966, numbered 1/9 and stamped with the Morris Singer foundry mark
bronze
height: 51.5cm., 20 1/4 in.
Conceived in 1965 and cast in bronze in 1966 by the Morris Singer Foundry, London in a numbered edition of 9 plus 0.
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This work will be included in the revised Catalogue raisonné of Sculpture by Barbara Hepworth being prepared by Dr Sophie Bowness under catalogue no. BH 397.

Provenance

Marlborough Fine Art, London
Bloch Family (acquired from the above in 1968)

Exhibited

Montreal World Fair, British Pavillion, 1967

Literature

Alan Bowness (ed.), The Complete Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth 1960-69, London, 1971, no. 397, illustration of another cast p. 41
Sophie Bowness (ed.), Barbara Hepworth, The Plasters, The Gift to Wakefield, Farnham, 2011, no. 24, illustration of the plaster pp. 142-43

Catalogue Note

The present work derives from the large bronze Dual Form, a cast of which is situated outside of the Guildhall in St Ives. It was given to the town as a gift from the artist to mark the conferment of the Honorary Freedom of the Borough of St Ives.

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