‘Horned Forms’, Graham Sutherland OM, 1944 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Horned Forms’, Graham Sutherland OM, 1944 This threatening creature was based on a root which Sutherland found in Kent and which he took back to the studio. Through his characteristic ‘paraphrasing’ of its form it has metamorphosed into an imagined animal as suggested by the work's title. The air of threat and strangeness is further enhanced by the bright, acidic colours of the landscape it seems to dominate.
‘Sketchbook 31’, Graham Sutherland OM, [c.1959–61] – Tate Archive | Tate
Graphite, crayon, chalk, pastel, watercolour, and oil on paper, 58 pages, 4 pages and back cover are missing, 268 × 208 mm This sketchbook contains a series of drawings of the interior of a room in Sutherland's house at Menton, the Villa Blanche, looking out through the tall windows. There are also several studies for the portraits of Max Egon, Prinz von Furstenberg (painted 1958-90) and Arpad Plesch (1961), and for such pictures as 'The Pine' 1959 and 'The Scales' 1961.
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A catalogue of paintings and sculptures in the collection of the Art Department of Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales, and includes drawings, watercolours, prints and photographs applied art objects
‘Sketchbook 7’, Graham Sutherland OM, 1943 – Tate Archive | Tate
This is just a single sheet torn from a large sketchbook as there are tears and holes along one of the edges. Both sides have drawings of birds, apparently lyre birds, presumably made as further studies for the cover of May 1943 issue of 'Poetry London'.
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‘Sketchbook 19’, Graham Sutherland OM, 1950 – Tate Archive | Tate
Chalk, crayon, pastel and watercolour on paper, 30 pages, 13 pages and covers are missing, 319 x 205 mm Most of the drawings in this sketchbook seem to be early studies for 'The Origins of the Land', and include a number of sketches of pterodactyls apparently drawn from fossils or from plates in books.
Graham Sutherland. Horned Forms. 1944 | MoMA
Graham Sutherland. Horned Forms. 1944. Oil on board. 39 1/4 x 31 7/8" (99.7 x 80.9 cm). Acquired through the Lillie P. Bliss Bequest (by exchange). 129.1946. Painting and Sculpture
‘Sketchbook 37’, Graham Sutherland OM, [c.1961–7] – Tate Archive | Tate
Graphite, pastel, chalk, ink, felt pen, and watercolour on paper, 49 pages plus covers, 1 page is missing, 241 × 170 mm This sketchbook appears to have been used at intervals between 1961-65 as it includes studies both for the portrait of Dr Arpad Plesch, painted in 1961, and for 'The Captive' of 1963-1964 and 'Form on a Terrace' of 1965 (for instance). There is also a text consisting of draft answers to a questionnaire about his work, perhaps written as preparation for a BBC television…