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Phyllis Dodd (1899-1995)

Painter, born in Chester who studied firstly at Liverpool School of Art 1917-21 and after winning a Royal Exhibition scholarship spent a further four years at the RCA in the company of her life-long friends Henry Moore, Raymond Coxon and Edna Ginesi. After gaining her diploma and winning the Drawing Prize in her final year she went on to teach part-time at Walthamstow Technical College 1925-30. Dodd exhibited at the RA, NEAC, RP, RSA and at the Walker Art Gallery. Her ninetieth birthday was celebrated with a major retrospective exhibition held at the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle University in November 1989. Married to the artist Douglas Percy Bliss, she held a joint exhibition with him at Derby Art Gallery, 1947. In the year of her death, a retrospective exhibition of her work was held at Newport Art Gallery who also have a fine portrait example in their collection as do Hull University. Her daughter was the artist Rosalind


Reading Boswell, 1947
Phyliss Dodd
Reading Boswell, 1947  For sale 
Olga in her flounced dress, 1930
Phyllis Dodd
Olga in her flounced dress, 1930  For sale