Harbour Scene, Penzance (c1937)
Photo: Paul Carter      
© Richard Eurich Paintings

Harbour Scene, Penzance

c1937

Oil on panel
37 x 45 cm

With Jenna Burlingham Gallery (as of July 2022)

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Recto: Signed lower right: R. Eurich

Aka: Harbour Scene, Penzance (Albert Pier) [Jenna Burlingham]

Other measurements: 37 x 45 cm [artist’s estate]; 37.6 x 45.8 cm [Paisnel]

Cornwall England Penzance The South West PZ 12 PZ 18 bait digger beach beached boat breakwater chains dock figure fishing fishing boat harbour jetty ladder man men pier quay sea sitting water

Provenance

AUCTIONED | 11th Feb 2004

"Modern British & Irish Art inc. Russell Sidney Ree" - Sotheby’s, Olympia, London

lot 164; illustrated (cover)

AUCTIONED | 14th Jul 2011

"20th Century British Art" - Christie’s, South Kensington, London

lot 74, illustrated; price realised £12,500

EXHIBITED | October 2011

"20th Century British Art" - Paisnel Gallery / The Nine British Art, London

illustrated; Cat 2

IN COLLECTION | 2015

Private Collection, UK

EXHIBITED | 21st to 24th Apr 2022

"London Art Fair" - Business Design Centre, Islington, London

shown by Jenna Burlingham, priced at £50,000+

WITH | July 2022

Jenna Burlingham Gallery

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Provenance:

  • AUCTIONED - 11th Feb 2004 - "Modern British & Irish Art inc. Russell Sidney Ree", Sotheby’s, Olympia, London
    lot 164; illustrated (cover)
  • AUCTIONED - 14th Jul 2011 - "20th Century British Art", Christie’s, South Kensington, London
    lot 74, illustrated; price realised £12,500
  • IN COLLECTION - 2015 - Private Collection, UK

Exhibitions:

  • October 2011 - "20th Century British Art", Paisnel Gallery / The Nine British Art, London
    illustrated; Cat 2
  • 21st to 24th Apr 2022 - "London Art Fair", Business Design Centre, Islington, London
    shown by Jenna Burlingham, priced at £50,000+

Notes:

  • July 2022 - WITH
    Jenna Burlingham Gallery

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