Jan Clutterbuck (1919-2010) - 20th Century Gouache, Grassy Lake Scene
DescriptionA bright and interesting lake scene with a single masted fishing boat, by the artist Jan Clutterbuck (1919-2010). Clutterbuck has used a naturalistic palette along with simple forms, to produce an attractive and calm setting. Well-presented in a double mount and dark green painted wooden frame. Signed. On watercolour paper.
In very good condition overall. There are some surface marks to the painted frame, mainly to the left and right edges.
17.2 x 23.6cm (6.8" x 9.3")Framed Size: 37.4 x 42cm (14.7" x 16.5")
Jan Clutterbuck (1919-2010) was an artist and teacher, born Janette Corbett Diefendorf in Newton, Massachusetts, United States of America. During World War II she served with the American Red Cross in Europe and met her future husband in Ireland, where he was serving with the Lovett Scouts in Donegal. She studied printmaking with Michael Carlo at Harrow School of Art and with Michael Rothenstein but was largely self-taught.
Among her teaching experiences were work at Cassio College, Watford, and summer courses for Cambridge Drawing Society, as well as watercolour workshops in Sarratt, Hertfordshire, where she lived. She was chairman of Women's International Art Club, 1965–75. Also exhibited at the Drian Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibitions, American Embassy, Hurlingham Gallery and elsewhere. The Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry and Gloucester Education Committees hold her work. She died in Sarratt, Hertfordshire.
|Artist||Jan Clutterbuck (1919-2010)|
|Dimensions||17.2 x 23.6cm|
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