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Self Portrait

© the artist. Photo credit: Courtesy of Piano Nobile, Robert Travers (Works of Art) Ltd

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Stuttle’s 1956 self portrait was painted at ‘a very emotional time’, his mother recently dying. The painting is a portrayal of youthful innocence and shy detachment. His hair is painted with especial vitality. The indigo of his shirt contrasts with his light skin tones. It is a painting in the modern English tradition of the Camden Town Group and the Bloomsbury painters. Stuttle studied painting and ceramics at the College of Art in Stoke and then the Royal College of Art in 1957.

The Ruth Borchard Collection


Date

1956

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 66 x W 41 cm

Accession number

PCF114

Acquisition method

acquired by Ruth Borchard as part of the original collection

Work type

Painting


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The Ruth Borchard Collection

Piano Nobile, Kings Place, 90 York Way, Greater London N1 9AG England

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