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Jean

£ 1,600

REF
1993
Height
50 cm (19 3/4")
Width
21.5 cm (8 1/2")
Framed Height
67.5 cm (26 1/2")
Framed Width
39 cm (15 1/4")
Bernard Fleetwood-Walker was born in Birmingham where he studied at the School of Art and Crafts before a time in London and Paris. During the First World War he served in the Artists’ Riffles and was wounded and gassed. After the war he returned to Birmingham where he married Marjorie White (“Mickey”) and had two sons, Colin and Guy. In Birmingham he taught first at King Edward’s Grammar School and from 1929 became a respected and influential lecturer at Birmingham College of Art. He was a regular and frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy and elsewhere from 1925 and gained a reputation for portraits, particular of women and children, and figurative painting. He finally moved to Chelsea so that he could devote more time to the students at the Royal Academy School where he was Assistant Keeper. A Memorial Exhibition was held at the Royal Society of British Artists in 1965.

This drawing is a study for the artist 1939 oil painting Peggy and Jean (Royal Academy 1939, no.396, current location unknown). It showed Peggy, the artist’s second wife, with Jean standing in a woodland setting.
Height
50 cm (19 3/4")
Width
21.5 cm (8 1/2")
Framed Height
67.5 cm (26 1/2")
Framed Width
39 cm (15 1/4")
More Information
Year                 c 1939
Medium                 Black and red chalk
Country                 united
Signed                 Signed
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