Edition Number: N/A signed and dated in pencil by the artist and sold directly for one of the Weschke family members.
This superb charcoal drawing was produced in 1972, shortly after Weschke returned to Cornwall with his then partner Madelaine Frye. Frye was Weschke’s model for some of his most sensual works, including Bather in the Lake, Susanna and Friends, for which this drawing is a study. Exquisite in its fluidity, this drawing celebrates the female figure so admired by Weschke. There is no hesitation in the lines – it simply embodies spatial and temporal immediacy. This is a very fine example of the artist at his intuitive best.
This charcoal drawing has had a light clean to remove some of the acid discolouration from the paper and surface marks removed. The paper still has a few small marks, but is in good condition and ready to mount and frame.
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