Frances Hodgkins: Paintings and Drawings

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EXHIBITIONS

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS
1904 FEBRUARY Wellington, McGregor Wright's Gallery (with D. K. Richmond) (37 works).
1907 MARCH London, Paterson's Gallery (22 works).
1909 NOVEMBER London, Ryder Gallery (27 works).
1912 NOVEMBER Melbourne, Theosophical Society's Room. An Exhibition of Water Colours by Miss Frances Hodgkins (74 works). Travelling to Sydney ( Anthony Hordern's Fine Art Gallery: with the addition of two works, April 1913), Adelaide ( Society of Arts Gallery, June 1913), Dunedin (Art Gallery: a reduced group of 44 works, July 1913), Wellington ( Walter Turnbull's Gallery, August 1913).
1918 OCTOBER Sydney, Anthony Hordern's Fine Art Gallery (35 works). Travelling to Melbourne ( Fine Art Society, February 1919).
1920 FEBRUARY London, Hampstead Art Gallery. Introduction Frank Rutter. (No catalogue traced.)
1923 NOVEMBER London, Little Art Rooms, Adelphi. (No catalogue traced.)
1926 NOVEMBER Manchester, All Saints. Exhibition of Paintings by Frances Hodgkins (80 works). Introduction O. Raymond Drey.
1928 APRIL London, Claridge Gallery. Exhibition of Paintings and Water-colours by Frances Hodgkins (48 works).
1929 NOVEMBER London, Bloomsbury Gallery (with Vera Cunningham). ( No catalogue traced.)
1930 OCTOBER London, St George's Gallery. Paintings and Watercolours by Frances Hodgkins (21 works).
1933 OCTOBER London, Lefevre Gallery. New Watercolour Drawings by Frances Hodgkins (32 works).
1935 FEBRUARY London, Leicester Galleries. Paintings and Watercolours by Frances Hodgkins (32 works).
1936 FEBRUARY London, Wertheim Gallery (32 works). (No catalogue traced.)
1937 OCTOBER London, Lefevre Gallery. New Paintings and Watercolours by Frances Hodgkins (63 works).
1940 APRIL London, Lefevre Gallery. Gouaches and Pencil Drawings by Frances Hodgkins (38 works).
1941 OCTOBER London, Leicester Galleries. Paintings and Watercolours by Frances Hodgkins (32 works).
1943 MARCH London, Lefevre Gallery. Gouaches by Frances Hodgkins -- A New Series of Gouaches Painted during 1942-43 (15 works).
1946 NOVEMBER London, Lefevre Gallery. Retrospective Exhibition, Frances Hodgkins (79 works). Foreword Eric Newton.
1947 AUGUST Manchester, City Art Gallery. Pictures by Frances Hodgkins (44 works). Foreword David Baxandall.
1948 MARCH Swanage, Isle of Purbeck Arts Club. An Exhibition of Pictures by Frances Hodgkins (44 works). Foreword Eardley Knollys. Travelling to Bournemouth ( Bournemouth Arts Club, March- April), Totnes (Dartington Hall, April-May), St Ives (New Gallery, May).
1949 MARCH London, St George's Gallery. Homage to Frances Hodgkins (38 works). Foreword Arthur R. Howell.
1952 MAY London, Tate Gallery. Ethel Walker, Frances Hodgkins, Gwen John. A Memorial Exhibition (43 works with an addenda of a further 14). Foreword John Rothenstein & Philip James. Essay Myfanwy Piper.

London, Arts Council. Memorial Exhibition of the Works of Frances Hodgkins 1869-1947 (the Hodgkins section of the 1952 Tate exhibition, including the essay by Myfanwy Piper and an additional two works, but not the 14-work Tare addenda).

1954 JUNE Auckland, City Art Gallery. Frances Hodgkins and her Circle (65 works). Catalogue introduction & notes E. H. McCormick.
1956 JUNE London, Leicester Galleries. Paintings, Watercolours and Gouaches by Frances Hodgkins (35 works).
1959 APRIL Auckland, City Art Gallery. Frances Hodgkins, Paintings and Drawings (35 works). Catalogue introduction & notes Colin McCahon.
1966 OCTOBER Blandford, Hambledon Gallery. Frances Hodgkins (24 works).
1969 APRIL London, New Zealand High Commission. Frances Hodgkins 1869-1947 (24 works). APRIL Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Frances Hodgkins 1869-1947, A Centenary Exhibition (101 works). Catalogue introduction & notes Ian Roberts & David Armitage. Organised by the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand and travelling to Christchurch (Robert McDougall Art GalleD; June 1969), Wellington (National Art Gallery, July 1969), Auckland (City Art Gallery,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1869-1913 7
  • 1914-1930 30
  • 1931-1947 Elizabeth Eastmond 53
  • Colour Plates 87
  • Chronology 168
  • Exhibitions 172
  • Bibliography 175
  • List of Colour Plates 178
  • List of Figures 180
  • Index 183
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