BC106

Bry-sur-Marne

[Two Buildings]

High viewpoint overlooks the central building with windows each side of the door. Single pitch roof. Another building at right set at an angle.

Date
c. 1960 1969
Object type
drawing
Medium and materials
pencil on paper
Dimensions
240x318mm
Place Made
Bry-sur-Marne, France
Inscriptions

Verso UL pencil (not in artist's hand) ATL, Scales, Helen Flora V, [Bry-sur-Marne], Conte, 24 x 32 cms, A262/31, M20

Verso UR pencil (not in artist's hand) 92163 1/2 13

Details
Provenance

Donated to the Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand by H. F. V. Scales, 1979

Condition Report

Page torn from a spiral-bound sketchbook, approx 45 spirals. Paper torn at centre right margin.

Copyright Licence
Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand, Reference no. A-262-031
Current Collection

Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand

Current Location

Wellington, New Zealand

General notes

Donated to the Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand by the artist, 1979. Title supplied by artist at time of donation. Date taken from Alexander Turnbull Library documentation.

Christiane Devèze, Boris Kalachnikoff’s wife, in conversations with Marc Bonamie, Paris, France, 2016, “Flora loved to paint outdoors - nature, landscapes - in sunlight. She often drew and painted animals, especially our dogs and cats, and was very happy painting the plum trees in full bloom in our garden at Bry-Sur-Marne. Boris would often walk with her into the countryside to paint the farmland and houses in earlier days. We would sometimes go together to his parents' country house in Genevieve St Bois, to Provence where my parents lived, or to Bleymard in the Lozère District where my family has a holiday house. We all drew and painted happily, side by side, discussing our work all the time, but keeping our own different styles during these painting holidays.” – ‘Christiane Devezes: Conversations and Letters II’, Flora Scales, The Suter Te Aratoi o Whakatū, Nelson, New Zealand, 2018