Anne Newland
(1913 - 1997)

Study of a basket balanced on a woman's head, for The Legend of Ceres, c. 1949

£550.00

SKU: 4615

Pencil on paper, 6 1/4 x 7 in. (16 x 17.5 cm.)

Size:
Height – 16cm
Width – 17.5cm

1 in stock

DESCRIPTION

This is a study for The Legend of Ceres which Newland was working in
on the late 1940’s, having gained a Rome/ Abbey Major Scholarship a
decade earlier which allowed her to complete a course of study at The
British School in Rome. Prior to that she had trained at the Byam Shaw
School, (1936-39, under Ernest Jackson). During World War II she was
involved in camouflage, then taught in Scotland. She signed her work,
which was mainly large, decorative canvases. A.N. She was influenced
especially by the work of Andrea Mantegna. She showed at the RA, RSA
and elsewhere.

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THE ARTIST

Newland, Anne

1913 – 1997

Painter in oil and teacher, born in Wiltshire. She studied at Byam Shaw School, 1936-8, under Ernest Jackson, in 1938 gaining an Edwin Abbey Major Scholarship. 

During World War II she was involved in camouflage, then taught in Scotland. Signed her work, which was mainly large, decorative canvases. 
Anne Newland was influenced especially by the work of Andrea Mantegna. Showed at RA, RSA and elsewhere. 
Newland lived in London.
We are grateful to Chris Mees for assistance.

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