Files on the work of Barry Flanagan compiled retrospectively in the late 1980s and and then added to and annotated until 1998. Records of works include photographs, many of which date back from the 1960s and 1970s and were originally accumulated by Rowan Gallery, London, UK until 1976, and then by Waddington Galleries, London, UK, sheets of typescript information from Waddington Galleries computer system giving title, date, editions, status, provenance, dimensions, medium, installation shots, where it was exhibited and where it is referenced in publications, Waddington Galleries numbers, gallery computer systems numbers and related papers. Each file contains notes regarding the entry of information onto the TMS database compiled by employees of Flanagan in 2009 [August 2009]. Date range in title covers the dates of works featured, date range of file covers any additions and annotations made thereafter.
Artwork records, photographs and notes
Includes photographs by Prudence Cuming and a letter from Sarah Shott at Waddington Galleries, London, to Barry Flanagan (14 April 1986) regarding the inclusion of Large Boxing Hare on Anvil, (1984) in the BBC’s picture set on Contemporary Art for the Domesday Project.