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Lot 63: Hilda Fearon ROI (British, 1878-1917) FIGURES IN A FIELD
24 October 2016
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Description: signed lower right; with artist's name again on reverse
Painter of landscape and figure subjects. Born in 1878 at Banstead, Surrey, Fearon began drawing and modelling while still at school, later studying in Dresden under Robert H. Sterl 1897-9, at the Slade School 1899-1904 and later under Algernon Talmage at St Ives. Her work was exhibited at the R.A. 1908-17, at the Paris Salon and at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1914. She died at the age of 39 in London.
A large oil - The Tea Party, 1916 - can be found in the Tate Collection, presented by Algernon Talmage in 1936 [ref no. N04832].
Provenance: Collection of George & Maura McClelland
Dimensions: h:15 w:18in.
Artist or Maker: Hilda Fearon ROI (British, 1878-1917)
Medium: oil on board; (unframed)