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Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery

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Winfred Turner studied at the Royal Academy School until 1929 and exhibited at the RA Summer Exhibition from 1924 until 1960. Her father, Alfred Turner, was also a sculptor. In 1933 the Tate gallery purchased her 'Thought', a bronze figure close in style to this work, which probably dates around the same time. Winifred Turner was a dancer who she used to model for her own sculpture, this figure could be an idealised self-portrait. Her portrait by her father in Hastings Museum and Art Gallery supports this identification.

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H 32.5 x W 47 x D 13 cm

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