Liss Llewellyn Fine Art - 20th Century British Art

Katie Blackmore (c.1910 - 1955)   BIOGRAPHY

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Waiting for the Dartmouth Ferry, circa 1910
Framed (ref: 1637)
Signed with monogram
In a square section gilded oak frame with broad inner slip, glazed, chalk on blue paper, 24 x 7 1/2 in. (61 x 19 cm.)

 


Katie Blackmore was a painter in oil and watercolour who became an associate of the RBA, 1922, full member, 1925, and an associate of SWA in 1924. She was an extensive RBA exhibitor, also showing at RA, RI, RHA, Ridley Art Club, Carfax Gallery, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Travels included Italy. Alfred Bell and Company published her pictures The Mushroom Dance and The Enchanted Pool. She was a Lyceum Club member who lived latterly in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.



Katie Blackmore (c.1910 - 1955)

Painter in oil and watercolour who became an associate of the RBA, 1922, full member, 1925, and an associate of SWA in 1924. She was an extensive RBA exhibitor, also showing at RA, RI, RHA, Ridley Art Club, Carfax Gallery, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Travels included Italy. Alfred Bell and Company published her pictures The Mushroom Dance and The Enchanted Pool. She was a Lyceum Club member who lived latterly in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

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