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Mary Potter

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Product description

Mary Potter is recognized as one of the foremost British women painters of her time. This book traces her career from the Beckenham School of Art and the Slade, through to her early involvement with the New English Arts Club and the Seven and Five, going on to explore her continental wanderings and her marriage in the 1920s, the war years and the burgeoning of her career after her move to Suffolk.;The book, written by Potter's son, uses his own memories of his mother, the memories of Potter's surviving friends and the diaries of Potter's husband Stephen.

Some slight marks on dust cover but book itself in very good condition

Item details

Author(s):
Julian Potter
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1840142081
ISBN-13:
9781840142082
Number of pages:
128
Publisher:
Scolar
Title:
Mary Potter A Life of Painting

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Mary Potter is recognized as one of the foremost British women painters of her time. This book traces her career from the Beckenham School of Art and the Slade, through to her early involvement with the New English Arts Club and the Seven and Five, going on to explore her continental wanderings and her marriage in the 1920s, the war years and the burgeoning of her career after her move to Suffolk.;The book, written by Potter's son, uses his own memories of his mother, the memories of Potter's surviving friends and the diaries of Potter's husband Stephen.

Some slight marks on dust cover but book itself in very good condition

Author(s):
Julian Potter
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1840142081
ISBN-13:
9781840142082
Number of pages:
128
Publisher:
Scolar
Title:
Mary Potter A Life of Painting

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