- The Dancer
whole-length woman in profile to left wearing black dress and hat, dancing with hand on hip and looking toward audience, black frame. 1952 Linocut
- Height: 228 millimetres (block)
- Width: 128 millimetres
- Height: 259 millimetres (sheet)
- Width: 154 millimetres
One of two known impressions. The other is in the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
See 'The Boy Friend', 1955-56 (2002-9-29-71) for a related etching, aquatint, engraving and drypoint. According to James Mollison, the figure is one of the Windmill dancers who regularly appeared in stage acts at the Windmill and other music hall venues in central London.
British XXc Mounted Roy
25 October 2005
Reason for treatment
Mount - Overthrow - R
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Object reference number: PPA77446
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