Original signed artist’s proof print ‘Why weren’t you out yesterday? by Sir Alfred James Munnings
This fine example is to be Exhibited at The Munnings Art Museum in April 2020. At the present time it is available to purchase, with the proviso that it will be included in their Exhibition next year.
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Pencil signed and titled with blind stamps. Published by Frost & Reed. c1941.
Original gallery label verso.
This is a very good example of this famous scene depicting Lady Violet Munnings, friends and four of their elegant home-bred horses.
The original painting was Exhibited in the Royal Academy in 1939, where Munnings exhibited no less than 230 paintings during his lifetime.
Collectible condition. Very good colours.
Beautifully framed to include conservation glass and professional wash lines.
Image mounted to show plate marks.
Frame width: 37 1/2″ x Height 32 1/2″
Image W: 26 3/4″ x H: 28 3/4″
An opportunity to acquire this fine example, which has the added provenance of having been selected to form part of the forthcoming Exhibition at The Munnings Art Museum, Dedham in April 2020.