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David Jones (1895–1974) converted Roman Catholicism in 1921 and this led him to join Gill’s community at Ditchling, Sussex. He painted Gill’s farmhouse in Piggots, near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, where Gill moved in 1928, on several occasions and July Change is the earliest of these compositions. Between 1928 and 1932 Jones had one of his most fruitful periods of production.

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July Change




pencil & watercolour on paper


H 60.5 x W 49.5 cm

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purchased, 2011

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signed and dated: 29; also signed inscribed and dated, on the reverse: (?) July 29 1929


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