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Leeds Museums and Galleries
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United Kingdom
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Title or short description:
'The Circus', oil on canvas, 1913, by Isaac Charles Ginner (1878-1952)
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Oil on canvas, support 766 x 613mm. Interior [subject: circus; theatre]; female bare-back rider (left centre) atop a white horse in a circus ring; a clown stands with his back to the audience, ringside (left); circus-master (centre) in evening dress; foreground and back - seated audience, invariably wearing hats; tiered seats at back.
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Leeds Museums and Galleries
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Exhibitions: April 1913 Contemp. Art Society, London; July 1913 Allied Artists' Assoc. London cat. 545; April 1914 'Charles Gilman & Charles Ginner' Goupil London; 1975 A d'Offay London?; 1988 Northern Centre for Contemp. Art, Sunderland. Published references: Antique Dealer & Collectors Guide Nov 1976; Leeds Art Calendar 80 1977; R Shone, The Century of Change. British Painting Since 1900; T Parsons & I Gale, Post-Impressionism 1992; W Baron, Perfect Moderns, Hist. of Camden Town Group 2000.


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