'Tahitian Woman' (c. 1929) reproduced from Martin Andrews, The Life and Work of Robert Gibbings
Central NE1147.6 G53 AJ71
Bicester, UK: Primrose Hill Press
Gibbings used many life models throughout his career and the model for this sculpture was supposedly a ‘lady of title’ who refused payment. The sculpture was later named ‘Tahitian Woman’ by the now owner, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
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