Jean Dryden Alexander (1911-1994) - Three Graphite Drawings, Figure Studies
DescriptionTwo sheets featuring female portraits, another study of a baby in a crib, and a small study of a horse and car. Sizes vary - largest measures 30 x 23 cm. Unsigned. On wove.
Some discolouration, fold marks, small tears and foxing.
22.8 x 27.4cm (9" x 10.8")
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Jean Dryden Alexander was the youngest daughter of watercolourists Robert Graham Dryden Alexander and Effie Alexander. Born in 1911 in Essex, her artistic influence stemmed from her parents and their artist circle of friends, who included Hercules Brabazon Brabazon and Sir George Clausen. The whole family spent as much time as possible painting en plein air around Essex and its coastline. Jean was educated at Queen Anne’s School, Caversham and studied art at Chelmsford Art School (1928-1931). She won a scholarship to the Slade School of Art (1931-1935). Exhibitions Include: The Royal Academy, The New English Art Club, The Society of Women Artists and The Whitechapel Art Gallery.For more information on this artist or collection see here.
|Artist||Jean Dryden Alexander (1911-1994)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||22.8 x 27.4cm|
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