All of Pauline Boty’s works listed here are in private collections unless otherwise stated. Where a work is available to view the museum or gallery holding it is listed with a link to an image of the piece if known.
Items that are presumed lost or whereabouts unknown are listed as UNKNOWN with a note of their original sighting.
A number of pieces have come up for auction in recent years and links are provided where available.
Dimensions, where shown, are of Height followed by Width.
“HAPPY YULETIDE” CHRISTMAS CARD FOR CHARLES AND JENNIFER CAREY
“A HAPPY CHRISTMAS” CHRISTMAS CARD FOR JANE PERCIVAL
c. 1960, oil on canvas laid on card, 17.2 cm x 19.3 [link]
THEATRE DESIGN FOR “THE BALCONY” BY JEAN GENET, ACT 1, SCENE 1
1961, collage and gouache, 29.8 x 41.3 cm
THEATRE DESIGN FOR IRMA’S ROOM IN “THE BALCONY” BY JEAN GENET
1961, collage, gouache and lace, 31.8 x 45.7 cm
“THE FIREBIRD” COSTUME DESIGN
c. 1961, mixed media on paper, 35.5 x 31.1 cm
PROGRAMME AND POSTER DESIGN FOR “THE KNACK”
Royal Court Theatre, 1962 [link]
PROGRAMME AND POSTER DESIGN FOR “DAY OF THE PRINCE”
Royal Court Theatre, 1963 [link]
“WHAT WE NEED NOW TO DISCOVER IN THE SOCIAL REALM IS THE MORAL EQUIVALENT OF WAR”
1964, watercolour, gouache, pencil, ink, and photomechanical reproductions on paperboard, 74.7 x 54.5 cm
Illustration for Container Corporation of America ad, Time magazine, November 1964
“What we need now to discover in the social realm is the moral equivalent of war; something heroic that will speak to man as universally as war does, and yet will be as compatable with their spiritual selves as war has proved to be incompatible.” William James, 1902. From the series Great Ideas of Western Man.
Smithsonian American Art Museum, gift of Container Corporation of America [link]