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Harold Dearden (1888Ė1962)   BIOGRAPHY

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Model in bathing suit, posing in the artistís studio, circa 1922
Framed (ref: 488)
Signed on the reverse
Oil on canvas, 32 ◊ 42 in. (81.3 ◊ 106.7 cm.)

 


Painted in the artistís Oakley Street studio in Chelsea, this work depicts a model posed in an unidentified beach scene. The painting can be dated by the modelís hairstyle and the design of her swimming costume.

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Harold Dearden (1888Ė1962)

Painter in oil and watercolour, draughtsman in ink and wash. Dearden studied at Rochdale School of Art under H Barrett Carpenter, 1905-10, then at the Royal College of Art for five years under Gerald Moira. Dearden, a strong draughtsman, went on to become head of Swindon Art School for 30 years from 1920 and was president for a time of Swindon Artists' Society. He exhibited in London and provincial galleries and Swindon Museum and Art Gallery holds his work. Lived in Swindon.

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