Boatbuilder’s Shed (c1943)
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Boatbuilder’s Shed

c1943

51 x 61 cm

Whereabouts unknown

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Recto: Signed lower right: R. EURICH

Aka: Boatbuilder’s Shed [Redfern]; Boatbuilder’s Hut [RE diary]; Boat Building Shed [RE sales diary]; Boatbuilders Shed [British Sea Fishermen caption]

buildings dinghies figureheads figures interiors rowing boats sails sheds workers working workshops

A black and white illustration of this work was published in the book 'British Sea-Fishermen' by Peter F. Anson, in 1944, part of the extensive 'Britain in Pictures' series of titles.

Another of Richard's paintings is illustrated in the same book as a colour plate - Mousehole, Cornwall (1942).

Provenance

EXHIBITED | 8th Apr to 1st May 1943

"Richard Eurich, A.R.A., Wenceslaus Hollar, Durer & Rembrandt. French Paintings" - Redfern Gallery, London

Cat 16

EXHIBITED | 24th Feb to 18th Mar 1945

"New English Art Club 96th Exhibition (Spring)" - Royal Academy Galleries, London

Cat 112

ACQUIRED | 1945

bought by private collector from NEAC exhibition for £36-5-0 [RE sales diary]

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Provenance:

  • ACQUIRED - 1945 - bought by private collector from NEAC exhibition for £36-5-0 [RE sales diary]

Exhibitions:

  • 8th Apr to 1st May 1943 - "Richard Eurich, A.R.A., Wenceslaus Hollar, Durer & Rembrandt. French Paintings", Redfern Gallery, London
    Cat 16
  • 24th Feb to 18th Mar 1945 - "New English Art Club 96th Exhibition (Spring)", Royal Academy Galleries, London
    Cat 112

Notes:

  • None recorded.

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References:

  • British Sea-Fishermen (by Peter F. Anson, pub. Collins, 1944) [B&W illustration]