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Jolyon Drury, Revelation to Revolution: The Legacy of Samuel Palmer: The Revival and Evolution of Pastoral Printmaking by Paul Drury and the Goldsmiths School in the 20th Century. (Ashford: J. Drury, 2006), 228-229.
Ben Thomas, ed. Alfred Drury and the New Sculpture. Exh. cat. (Canterbury: University of Kent, 2013), 7.
Matthew Withey, The Sculpture of Francis Derwent Wood. (London: Lund Humphries, 2015), 35, fig. 13.
Jolyon Drury, Revelation to Revolution: The Legacy of Samuel Palmer: The Revival and Evolution of Pastoral Printmaking by Paul Drury and the Goldsmiths School in the 20th Century. Exh. cat. (London: J. Drury, 2017), 162.
Alexandre Lafore, “Trois sculptures du XIXe siècle pour l’Art Institute de Chicago,” La Tribune de l’Art (December 2019): fig. 1.
Studio 3 Gallery, University of Kent, Canterbury, 30 September-20 December 2013; Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, Leeds, 15 January-13 April 2014, Alfred Drury and the New Sculpture.
Tate Britain, London, 2 November 2017 – 7 May 2018; Petit Palais, Paris, 20 June – 14 October 2018, Impressionists in London: French Artists in Exile 1870-1904.
Royal Hospital Chelsea, London, 25 June – 1 July 2019, Masterpiece Art Fair.
Alfred Drury, RA (1856-1944), a gift from the artist in 1877; by descent to his son Paul Drury (1903-1987; by descent to his son Jolyon Drury; consigned by him to William Agnew European Sculpture and Works of Art, London, 2019.
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