Joseph Henry Lynch - Mid 20th Century Charcoal Drawing, Wounded Soldier
DescriptionJoseph Henry Lynch - Original Mid 20th Century Charcoal Drawing. Charcoal with body colour. Unsigned. Creasing and discolouration to upper edgeJoseph Henry Lynch (1911-1989) was a successful British artist of the mid-20th century. There is little information to be found on Lynch himself and he destroyed many of his original paintings before he died in 1989. He is best known for his sultry and fantastical paintings of women created in the 1960s, many of which feature in the 1971 Stanley Kubrick film, A Clockwork Orange. His most iconic work is “Tina” (1961), which featured in both Kubrick’s film and on the front cover of Edwyn Collin’s LP, A Girl Like You (1995). Lynch was also an accomplished landscape artist and his bold use of colour and line, along with the slightly stylised nature of his portraits, reflect the vibrancy and energy of the Sixties. Lynch’s prints were originally sold in outlets like Boots and Woolworth’s: “Tina” and the rest of Lynch’s female portraits were purchased in their thousands, becoming a household staple for the rest of the Sixties and Seventies. They are now popular with collectors and considered key pieces for any kitsch, vintage domestic interior.
31.6 x 25.7cm (12.4" x 10.1")
From a large collection of works by Joseph Henry Lynch consigned by the Lynch family.
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Sulis Fine Art's Historian Dr. Charlotte Drew has written an Artist Spotlight on Joseph Henry Lynch detailing the life and oeuvre of the artist which you can see here.
|Artist||Joseph Henry Lynch|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||31.6 x 25.7cm|
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