Liss Llewellyn Fine Art - Nellie Joshua: Heatherley's Art School, circa 1902

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Nellie Joshua:
Heatherley's Art School, circa 1902

Unframed (ref: 4779)

Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.7 cm.)

Tags: Nellie Joshua allegory artists at work PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST WOMEN



Heatherley's Art School, in London, (which still exists) was one of the most popular private art schools of the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.  Art training was available to women here.

The Slade opened its doors to women in 1871.

Provenance: Private collection
Exhibitited: The Edwardian Era, Barbican Art Gallery, (November 87-February 88), no 56.
Literature: The Edwardian Era, Barbican Art Gallery, (November 87-February 88), p 40.


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