EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
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EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 GBP

EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 GBP

Description

EDWARD BURRA

1905-1976

STREET SCENE


stamped with the Artist's Estate stamp E.J Burra (lower right)

pencil on paper

unframed: 60.5 by 48cm., 23¾ by 18¾in.

framed: 75 by 62.5cm., 29½ by 24½in.

Executed circa 1934.


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Condition Report

Unexamined out of frame. The sheet does not appear to be fully laid down. There are a few creases and handling marks to the sheet, and a few flecks of foxing and staining in places. There is light surface dirt. This excepting, the work appears in very good overall condition.


There is a pencil drawing of a rowing boat on a beach to the verso.


The work is held behind glass in a stained wooden frame.


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Provenance

The Artist

Lady Ritchie of Dundee, Rye, Kent

Levefre Gallery, London

Sotheby's London, 3 July 2002, lot 245

Austin Desmond Fine Art, London

Exhibited

London, Levefre Gallery, Edward Burra: Drawings from the 1920s & 1930s, 10th June - 16th July 1993, cat. no.24, p.50, illustrated p.51

EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
EDWARD BURRA | STREET SCENE
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