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'The Race for Wealth', No 3 The Victims; domestic interior with figures seated and standing around a table, including a woman reading a newspaper, a central
figure of a dejected man seated in the foreground with a letter at his feet, to the left an overturned chair, and to right a man seen from behind. 1879
Black chalk, touched with white chalk, on blue-grey paper
- Production date
Height: 720 millimetres
Width: 913 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- One of the studies for a series of paintings, which probably relates to the career of the financier Baron Grant, exhibited in 1880.
See curatorial comment to 1943,1211.626
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1951 Jul-Sep, Harrogate Art Gallery, 'William Powell Frith RA', no.56
2006/7 Nov-Mar, London, Guildhall Art Gallery, 'William Powell Frith:...'
2007 Mar-Jul, Harrogate, Mercer Art Gallery, 'William Powell Frith:...'
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- According to records in the Department of Prints & Drawings dated 4. xii.1943, Frith gave this drawing to his son Philip, who displayed it on the walls of his city office until his retirement when he gave it to an old school friend, Mr. J. Proctor, from whom the Leger Gallery acquired it.
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