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Five AM

Photo credit: Jerwood Collection

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'Five AM' probably depicts art students or models at the painting school which Procter ran with his friend, Harold Harvey, between 1920 and around 1928, in a large studio near the old harbour in Newlyn. The girl on the right, wearing her blonde hair long, rather than fashionably bobbed like her companions, bears a resemblance to Eileen Mayo, the London model who sat for both Laura Knight and Dod Procter in the 1920s.

Jerwood Collection


Five AM




oil on panel


H 49.5 x W 59.7 cm

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