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Marcel and His Sister

Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

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A depiction of a young boy and girl (brother and sister), who are sitting in a clearing against a tree beneath its shade, surrounded by woodland. Marcel is wearing blue shorts, a loose, sleeveless, white T-shirt with a wide brimmed hat, and he sits with a knife for peeling their fruit. Marcel's sister is eating a piece of fruit and sits with her right hand resting on a picnic basket. Between the siblings lies a newspaper, on which a selection of fruit has been placed.

Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester


Date

1923

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 50.5 x W 65.3 cm

Accession number

1928.40

Acquisition method

gift from A. E. Anderson, 1928

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

artist's inscription : : blc : artist's initials, date : WLC 23


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Manchester Art Gallery

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