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Glover, Flora

(1919-1944)

Flora Glover studied Fine Art at King’s College, University of Durham. After graduating in 1940 she went on to teach Art at the University. She died tragically young, on the 23rd September 1944, at the age of 25, after a riding accident.
She was much influenced by the painting of the Quattrocento; her highly distinctive fused the Vorticist aesthetic with the lyrial Decorative Painting of Stanley Spencer. Her best known painting,
The Flood, c. 1941, is in the collection of the Laing Art Gallery.

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Flora-Glover-the-flood

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Glover, Flora

(1919-1944)

Flora Glover studied Fine Art at King’s College, University of Durham. After graduating in 1940 she went on to teach Art at the University. She died tragically young, on the 23rd September 1944, at the age of 25, after a riding accident.
She was much influenced by the painting of the Quattrocento; her highly distinctive fused the Vorticist aesthetic with the lyrial Decorative Painting of Stanley Spencer. Her best known painting,
The Flood, c. 1941, is in the collection of the Laing Art Gallery.

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Allegory of War, early 1940’s