- Medium: oil on canvas.
- Dimensions: 615 x 225 mm (0.14 m²), unframed.
- History: the painted canvas has been cut from a larger piece and glued to a second canvas, with thin ruled live visible along the edge in places, characteristics also noted in New-risen Hope (Tate); believed to have been bought at a Christie’s auction (possibly early 1980s, the lot having been placed by a descendant of Annie’s extended family) by George Hulme, playright, art collector and dealer; on Mr. Hulme’s death (1990s?), purchased by a London antiques dealer, who sold it by auction in 2018 for £438, including fees; the title, ‘Nude in landscape,’ is written in modern marker pen on the back of frame, canvas has been professionally relined; as ‘word of mouth’ provenance only, so has to be ‘attributed.’ (Details of provenance from personal communications with dealer and acquaintances of Mr. Hulme.)
- Location: private collection.
The NEW-RISEN HOPE and NUDE IN LANDSCAPE butterflies.
The Melbourne New-risen Hope has a butterfly on the child’s chest, a motif also present in the Nude in landscape sketch. The latter painting is an ‘attributed’ work because it has only word-of-mouth provenance, but the presence of this motif – as well as general style, subject matter and impasto technique – strengthens the case for it being by Annie.