Violet Fuller (1920-2008) - Mid 20th Century Oil, The Art Group
DescriptionThis bold study depicts a female model in centre of a art group circle with two woman in the background painting her. With pinned hair and hands clasped in her lap, the woman in focus looks to the ceiling with a soft expression. Painted in expressive brush strokes and a rich colour palette. Unsigned. On board .
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration.
48.5 x 63cm (19.1" x 24.8")Framed Size: 53 x 67cm (20.9" x 26.4")
Painter, born in London who studied at Hornsey College of Art 1937-40 and Stroud School of Art, 1942-44. Fuller was a founder member and Fellow of the Free Painters & Sculptors and a prolific exhibitor. She held solo exhibitions at Woodstock Gallery, London, 1958, 1961, 1963 and 1967 and also showed at the Loggia Gallery, Old Bakehouse Gallery in Sevenoaks, Kent and at the RA, RI, RBA, NEAC and WIAC. Examples of her work are in the collections of Enfield and Haringey Borough Councils.
|Artist||Violet Fuller (1920-2008)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||48.5 x 63cm|
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