Title of Piece:
Bouquet from the South of France
Artist:
BYNG LUCAS, Caroline (1886-1967)
ID Number:
2227
Acquisition Number:
8
Acquisition Number (Sub):
0
Cost:
CASW Store
Additional Information:
Artist Notes:
Byng Lucas was a painter, sculptor and printmaker who studied and exhibited in solo exhibitions in Paris during the 1920s, and in London during the 1930s. In January 1939 The Leicester Galleries, London (Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd) held a solo exhibition of the her work and the preface of the exhibition catalogue was written by J. B. Manson. In 1941, together with her older sister Frances Byng-Stamper, she opened Millers Gallery and Press in High Street, Lewes, Sussex, showing works by prominent French artists such as Matisse, and Pissarro, and by Bloomsbury Group members Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell.
Town:
Bangor
Location of Art:
Donated to St Mary's Training College
Buyer:
J. B. Manson
Medium of Art:
oil
Dimensions:
45.7 x 29.2 cm
Year of Purchase:
1939
Copyright Notes: