Helen Collins (1921-1990) - 20th Century Pen and Ink Drawing, Horses Ploughing
DescriptionA 20th century pen and ink drawing from well listed artist Helen Collins (1921-1990). The artist depicts horses at work ploughing a field, a favourite topic for Collins. Signed. On wove.
Very minor areas of discolouration and foxing. Paper tape stuck to edges of paper. Otherwise in fine condition.
14.6 x 25.4cm (5.7" x 10")Sheet: 16.8 x 28.5cm (6.6" x 11.2")
Artist and teacher, born in Dorking, Surrey, daughter of the watercolourist George Edward Collins and flower painter Clare Perrin. She studied at Guildford School of Art and Royal College of Art after World War II. She is best known for her drawings of heavy horses illustrated in the Surrey Advertiser. She taught at Englefield Green School and Guildford Borough collection includes her view of North Street, Guildford.
|Artist||Helen Collins (1921-1990)|
|Dimensions||14.6 x 25.4cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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