Elizabeth Jane Lloyd (1928-1995) - Mid 20th Century Watercolour, Study of Lilies
DescriptionA delicate watercolour by the listed artist Elizabeth Jane Lloyd (1928-1995), depicting a still life composition including lilies, shoes and feathers. Framing information stamp on reverse. Signed in the lower right hand corner. Well presented in a card mount with gilt effect detailing and a simple wood frame with gilt effect detailing, as shown. Signed. On watercolour paper.
Overall the condition is good for a picture of this age. With some minor discolouration and surface dirt. There are some minor scuffed edges to the frame.
55.5 x 74cm (21.9" x 29.1")Framed Size: 75.2 x 91.7cm (29.6" x 36.1")
Painter, born into an artistic family in London. She studied painting at Chelsea School of Art from 1946-49 then mural design at the RCA. Lloyd held several solo exhibitions, at the Barbican Gallery, London and elsewhere, and has also worked as a muralist undertaking several commissions including one at the Chelsea Pensioners' Rest Hall. She also executed some scene painting for the films Flash Gordon and Chariots of Fire. She exhibited regularly at the RA and also showed in group exhibitions at New Grafton Gallery, Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham and Angela Flowers Gallery. Her principal solo exhibitions were held at Austin/Desmond Gallery, Sunninghall, 1990 and 1993 at Sally Hunter Fine Art, London. She taught at the Central School of Art for over twenty-five years and her work is represented in the collections of the Gulbenkian Trust, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Nuffield Foundation and the GAC. Her husband was the painter Jeff Hoare and her grandfather the architect who designed the Dorchester Hotel W. Curtis Green.
|Artist||Elizabeth Jane Lloyd (1928-1995)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||55.5 x 74cm|
|Subject||Floral & Botanical|
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