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Maloja Stone
Maloja Stone
Maloja Stone
Maloja Stone
Maloja Stone
Maloja Stone

© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2024. Photo credit: National Trust Images

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A painted granite pebble stone, from a mountain stream in Maloja in Switzerland. It has an ovoid shape with a coarse surface texture, with a predominantly black painted surface with ovals of natural stone left unpainted and further ovals of red paint over both the black and unpainted surfaces. The work was acquired by Ernö Goldfinger and Ursula Ruth Blackwell, Mrs Ernö Goldfinger, from the ‘Aid to Russia’ exhibition at 2 Willow Road in 1942.

National Trust, 2 Willow Road



Maloja Stone




painted stone


H 16.5 x W 10 x D 9 cm

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Acquisition method

initially on loan from the Goldfinger family, 1994; then formally purchased by the National Trust

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