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Studies of wooden chest and notes about anchor, tackle, sails, masts and capstan

Artist: David Jones 1895-1974
Date: [c.1960-2]
Classification: Artwork - on paper, unique
Medium: Graphite on paper
Dimensions: 330 x 422 mm
Tate Archive No.: TGA/8222/1/99/1

Purchased by the Archive from the Anthony d'Offay Gallery, 1982.

The estate of David Jones

This is probably a study for 'Trystan Ac Essyllt' or 'Tristan and Iseult.' This was a pencil and watercolour painting Jones did in 1962 and was based on the Celtic legend of Tristan and Iseult.

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