Marie-Therese Ralli (1916-2010) - 20th Century Oil, Girl Sleeping
DescriptionAn impressive portrait study by Marie-Therese Ralli (1916-2010) showing a young woman sleeping. Ralli has captured the unique personality of the sitter with a vibrant colour palette and rapid, dynamic brushstrokes. Well presented in a modern wood frame. Titled and signed on the reverse. Signed. On canvas board.
There is light surface mark to the upper edge and scuffing to the frame, as shown.
19.9 x 29.5cm (7.8" x 11.6")Framed Size: 35.4 x 46.3cm (13.9" x 18.2")
Sulis Fine Art is pleased to present this fine collection of artworks by 20th Century artist Marie-Therese Ralli (1916-2010).
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Marie-Therese Ralli was born in Belgium and studied at the Academie Royale des Beaux Arts. She continued her training with the artist Henri Logelain, specialising in painting. Moving first to London, then to Bristol, Rali became an active member of the Clifton Arts Club, the Bath Society of Artists and an Associate Member of the West of England Academy, with whom she exhibited regularly. While in Bristol Marie-Therese Ralli focused on the design based themes within her work, studying enamelling under artist Elizabeth Turrell in order to further her craft. Moving to Chiswick in the early 1980s Ralli became a member of the Barnes and Mortlake Art Society.
|Artist||Marie-Therese Ralli (1916-2010)|
|Dimensions||19.9 x 29.5cm|
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