Winter Afternoon, Lyme
     

Winter Afternoon, Lyme

1932

We have some pages from Richard's original sales diary from 1928 to 1937. We also have his subsequent diary in which he copied out the original entries and then carried on beyond 1937. There are some small but sometimes enlightening differences between the two versions.

In the original diary he marks the sale of Winter Afternoon, Lyme as being sold from The French Gallery. In the copied out version he says it was sold from the Goupil Gallery.  This swapping of names points to the connection that we are slowly learning about between The French Gallery and the Goupil Gallery …

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We have some pages from Richard's original sales diary from 1928 to 1937. We also have his subsequent diary in which he copied out the original entries and then carried on beyond 1937. There are some small but sometimes enlightening differences between the two versions.

In the original diary he marks the sale of Winter Afternoon, Lyme as being sold from The French Gallery. In the copied out version he says it was sold from the Goupil Gallery.  This swapping of names points to the connection that we are slowly learning about between The French Gallery and the Goupil Gallery in the 1930s. perhaps even the sharing of premises. 

An article in The Times in October 1933 reported: ". . . the French Gallery, directed by Mssrs. Wallis and Son, is still carried on at 11, Berkley Square, together with the connections of the old Goupil gallery, as conducted by Mrs Marchant."

REP / PC

"an essay in cold blue greys"

Provenance

EXHIBITED | January 1933

"Yorkshire Artists Exhibition" - Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds

EXHIBITED | 30th Mar to 22nd Apr 1933

"Paintings of Dorset Seaports by Richard Eurich" - Redfern Gallery, London

Cat 36; priced at 20 Guineas

EXHIBITED | October 1933

"[exhibition title unknown]" - The French Gallery, 11 Berkeley Square, London

ACQUIRED | c1934

bought by private collector from The French Gallery / Goupil Gallery for £20.

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Provenance:

  • ACQUIRED - c1934 - bought by private collector from The French Gallery / Goupil Gallery for £20.

Exhibitions:

  • January 1933 - "Yorkshire Artists Exhibition", Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
  • 30th Mar to 22nd Apr 1933 - "Paintings of Dorset Seaports by Richard Eurich", Redfern Gallery, London
    Cat 36; priced at 20 Guineas
  • October 1933 - "[exhibition title unknown]", The French Gallery, 11 Berkeley Square, London

Notes:

  • None recorded.

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References:

  • review of Yorkshire Artists Exhibition in Leeds (Manchester Guardian, Jan 1933)