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The Doler

© estate of Henry Lamb / Bridgeman Images . Photo credit: Poole Museum Service

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Lamb moved to Poole in 1922, partly to convalesce after military service in the First World War. He was closely associated with the Bloomsbury Group. Two major influences on his work during his time in Poole were Stanley Spencer, who frequently visited him here, and Augustus John, a close friend and his former teacher at the Chelsea School of Art. Painted at a time of high unemployment in Poole, this portrait suggests the sitter’s bitterness at being on the “dole”.

Poole Museum

Poole


Date

c.1922

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 49 x W 39 cm

Accession number

95:3160

Acquisition method

purchased from Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd with the assistance of the National Art Collections Fund, 1989

Work type

Painting


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