Richard Carline: Self Portrait, January 26th, 1914 - on Art WW I



Richard Carline:
Self Portrait, January 26th, 1914

Unmounted (ref: 5106)
Signed and dated
Black chalk
24 x 19 in. (61 x 48.2 cm.)

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Provenance: The Artist's family

This early self portrait shows Carline at the age of 18 - one year after he had trained at  Tudor-Hart's Academie de Peinture, in Paris.   His father, George Carline, his mother, Anne, and brother Sydney, his sister Hilda (Mrs Stanley Spencer) and his wife, Nancy, were all painters.  After a short period teaching, Carline served in World War I and was appointed an Official War Artist. With his brother he became noted for war pictures from the air. In the  1920's  the Carlines' Hampstead home became a meeting place for artists such as Henry Lamb, Stanley Spencer, John Nash and Mark Gertler.

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