Margaret Kemp Welch (1863-1968) - 20th Century Watercolour, Ali, Cairo
DescriptionThis fine watercolour study depicts a young boy wearing a hat and tunic. The artist captures the delicate details of the boy's face with an expert hand. Signed to the lower right. Titled to the left. Presented in a wooden frame. On paper.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. There is light foxing.
22.5 x 14.9cm (8.9" x 5.9")Framed Size: 37 x 31.6cm (14.6" x 12.4")
paint and etcher and cousin of Lucy Kemp-Welch and Edith Kemp-Welch. She studied with Frank Short and at the Herkomer Art School in Bushey, Hertfordshire, from 1891. Margaret was Head of Art at Clapham High School for Girls, London. She lost most of her early work which was destroyed when a German bomb hit her studio in 1918. She was a member of the Women's Guild of Arts and also wrote children’s plays. He exhibiting career encompassed venues that included the Ridley Art Club, RA, RBA, RE, RI and SWA. Examples of her work are in the collections of the Bushey Museum, V&A and BM.
|Artist||Margaret Kemp Welch (1863-1968)|
|Dimensions||22.5 x 14.9cm|
Delivery prices for this item are as follows
Remember - we combine shipping costs for multiple purchases automatically so go through to checkout for the final price.