Item NMC/1513 - Female life study

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NMC/1513

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Female life study

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  • May 1978 (Creation)

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Scope and content

Female life model, kneeling pose. Signed: "Fyffe Christie May 1978" (in pencil), bottom left.

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(1918-1979)

Biographical history

Fyffe Christie was a student at The Glasgow School of Art from 1946-1951, under muralist Walter Pritchard. He was a teacher at Barking Abbey Comprehensive School, Barking in the later years of his life. Christie had a good career as an artist, perhaps most famous for his murals and work in Scotland. He followed the artistic developments of European Modernism closely - it is easy to see the influence of painters like Matisse and Cezanne on his later works.

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Gift of artist's widow, Eleanor Christie-Chatterley, November 2013.

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Pencil and wash on paper Signed: Fyffe Christie May 1978 (pc, b.l.)

Dimensions: 447 x 356 mm

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GB 1694 NMC/1513

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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