Rachel Reckitt (1908 - 1995):
Two Women in a backyard, one hanging linen, the other leaning against a wall; 1956
Framed (ref: 1382)
Oil on board, 98 3/8 x 29 1/8 in. (100 x 74 cm.)
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scene is one of Rachel Reckitt's 'conversation' pieces
the woman putting up laundry is talking to a baker whose premises are next
door. The place is St Emilion in the
We are grateful to Hal Bishop for assistance and the Golsoncott Foundation (who hold Reckitt's copyright).
Exhibited: Rachel Reckitt, 'Where Everything that meets the eye ... A retrospective', 2001.