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ID: 700001754Record Type: Movable Work
Images: 1
Death of a peasant (oil painting (visual work); Henry Lamb (English painter, 1883-1960); 1911; Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Wellington, Welling...; 1959-0028-6)
Note: While staying with the Favennec family in Doƫlan, Brittany, during the summer of 1910, Henry Lamb witnessed the death of Madame Favennec, the mother of twelve children. Her throat was constricted by cancer and, unable to eat, she was emaciated by the time she died. Shocked and moved by this event, Lamb painted the deathbed scene on his return to England in the spring of 1911. (Victoria Robson, 2009)
Titles:
Death of a peasant (preferred,C,U,RP,English-P,U,U)
Catalog Level: item
Work Types:
oil painting (visual work) [300033799] (preferred)
..... (Objects Facet, Visual and Verbal Communication (Hierarchy Name), Visual Works (Hierarchy Name), visual works (works), <visual works by material or technique>, paintings (visual works), <paintings by material or technique>)

Classifications:
paintings (preferred)

Creation Date: 1911

Creator Display:
Henry Lamb (English painter, 1883-1960) [preferred,VP]
painter Lamb, Henry (English painter, 1883-1960) [500015467]
Locations:
Current: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Wellington, Wellington region, North Island, Oceania) [500311561] Corporate Bodies (Corp. Body)
Repository Numbers: 1959-0028-6
Credit Line: Purchased 1959
Creation: England [7002445] United Kingdom (nation), Europe (continent), World (facet) (Geographic)
Display Materials: oil on canvas
oil paint (paint) [300015050]
.......(Materials Facet, Materials (Hierarchy Name), materials (matter), <materials by function>, coating (material), <coating by form>, paint (coating), <paint by composition or origin>)
canvas [300014078]
.......(Materials Facet, Materials (Hierarchy Name), materials (matter), <materials by form>, <materials by physical form>, <fiber and fiber products>, fiber products, textile materials, <textile materials by process or technique>)

Dimensions: Image: 485 (Height) x 420 (Width) mm; Frame: 593 (Height) x 527 (Width) x 33 (Depth) mm
General Subject:
human figure(s) (preferred )

Specific Subjects:
heads (animal or human components) [300375054]
.....(Objects Facet, Components (Hierarchy Name), components (objects), <components by specific context>, biological components, animal or human components) (AAT)
death [300151836]
.....(Activities Facet, Events, events (activities), personal life events) (AAT)
mourning [300238450]
.....(Associated Concepts Facet, Associated Concepts, social science concepts, psychological concepts, emotion, negative emotions, grief) (AAT)
bed (furniture) [300038697]
.....(Objects Facet, Furnishings and Equipment (Hierarchy Name), Furnishings (Hierarchy Name), furnishings (artifacts), <furnishings by form or function>, furniture, <furniture by form or function>, <sleeping and reclining furniture>) (AAT)

List/Hierarchical Position:
..... Top of the CONA hierarchy
.......... Movable Work
Sources and Contributors:
Death of a peasant........ [VP]
........ Te Papa spreadsheet (2012)
........ Te Papa online (2000-) http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/ObjectDetails.aspx?oid=43746; accessed 16 August 2012
Subject: ....... [VP]
Note:
English ..... [VP]
..... Te Papa online (2000-) accessed 16 August 2012
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