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Harold Gilman
IN THE NURSERY, SNARGATE RECTORY
Estimate
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112
Harold Gilman
IN THE NURSERY, SNARGATE RECTORY
Estimate
30,00050,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Modern & Post-War British Art

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Harold Gilman
1876 - 1919
IN THE NURSERY, SNARGATE RECTORY
signed
oil on canvas
54 by 44cm.; 21¼ by 17¼in.
Executed circa 1908.
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Provenance

The Estate of the Artist, from whom acquired by Lord and Lady Walston in 1955
Their sale, Christie's London, 6th June 2003, lot 14

Exhibited

Colchester, The Minories, Harold Gilman, 1876-1919, An English Post-Impressionist, 1st - 29th March 1969, cat. no.10, illustrated, with tour to The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford and Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield (as Interior);
Stoke on Trent, City Museum and Art Gallery, Harold Gilman 1876-1919, 10th October - 14th November 1981, cat. no.8, illustrated p.44, with Arts Council tour to York City Art Gallery, York; Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, and Royal Academy of Arts, London (as Interior);
London, Christie's, The Painters of Camden Town, 1905-1920, 4th - 24th January 1988, cat. no.28 (as Interior).

Literature

Maureen Connett, Walter Sickert and the Camden Town Group, David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1992, p.45, illustrated (as Interior (showing Grace and the Children)). 

Catalogue Note

Snargate Rectory was Gilman's family home on Romney March in Kent where Gilman's father was the parson until his death in 1917. When they were first married, Gilman lived there with his wife Grace from 1902-04 and the present work was painted on a later visit and depicts Grace kneeling down tending to the fire with Gilman's daughter Hannah seated at the table with their maid Sarah. 

Modern & Post-War British Art

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