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Gleizes, Albert (1881 - 1953)
Size: 92 x 73 cm,
Notes: Daniel Robbins wrote on 15 October 1975 that it was Gleizes' unvarying practice to develop a work very carefully, and to draw the composition in pencil, and to make several gouaches with varying colour possibilities before doing a final version such as this. 'You are quite correct to see a female head in the image. I am sure it is a portrait, and moreover that it is based on Mme Gleizes in a very chic hat. The central image is frontal: a sort of cloche with a foll, a scarf, very like the hats Mme Gleizes still loved to wear only a few years ago. The 2nd concentric set is the head again, closer, and the 3rd of course gives an idea of the hair, concealed in the hat.'
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