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The sculpture of Russian Canadian Jewish sculptor Abrasha Lozoff combined the disparate influences of Grinling Gibbons and Gauguin. His extraordinary woodcarving 'Lot and his two Daughters', was exhibited at the London Group's summer exhibition in June 1926 (Lozoff's first and last showing with the Group). It was judged by the art critic of 'The Times' to be ‘not as good as it looks, owing too much to its Far Eastern reference, though it is evidently the work of a man who knows his job’.
H 109 x W 43 x D 45 cm
presented by Lord Sieff, 1936