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Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig
Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig
Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig
Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig
Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig
Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig
Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig

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A portrait head based on the role of Hedwig from Ibsen's 'Wild Duck' which Tutin played in a production at the Saville Theatre, London, from 1955 to 1956.

Dorich House Museum

London

Title

Dorothy Tutin (1930–2001) in the Role of Hedwig

Date

1956

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 44.1 x W 20.4 x D 25 cm

Accession number

1994.1_CC0361

Acquisition method

gift from the artist's estate

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

top of head: Dora Gordine, London 4/4

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