Art Deco Painting 'The Blue Girl'

Art Deco Painting 'The Blue Girl'

STANLEY THOMPSON (1876-1926)
Art Deco Painting 'The Blue Girl'

Date & Origin c. 1925, England
Dimensions
H
100 cm (39 inc)
W
75 cm (29 inc)
Description
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1925.

Depicts a full-length portrait of a seated girl in a blue dress, holding a glass of sherry, within an interior scene. Painted in the manner of the Art Deco period.
Literature
Stanley Thompson working in Middleton-in-Teesdale, was a pupil of Walter Crane, closely associated with William Morris, and one of the fathers of the Modern British Decorative Art movement, and an exhibitor at the Paris Expositions of 1878, 1889 & 1900. The rear of the picture has the original exhibition, and various labels from the well known framers, James Bourlet & Co.
Medium
oil on canvas, gilt frame
Signed / Inscribed
signed and dated
Condition
Exellent
Stock Code 7485
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
100 cm (39 inc)
W
75 cm (29 inc)
Description
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1925.

Depicts a full-length portrait of a seated girl in a blue dress, holding a glass of sherry, within an interior scene. Painted in the manner of the Art Deco period.
Stock Code 7485

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