The Watcher

Daphne Reynolds (1918 - 2002)

Oil on canvas

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  • About the work
    Country: India
    City: Mumbai
    Place: British Deputy High Commission
  • About the artist
    Born in Huddersfield, Daphne Reynolds studied at Huddersfield College of Art in the late 1920s, but due to financial pressures, left early to work in her father’s photographic studio. In 1941, she worked at the Civil Defence Department in London where she met her future husband, Graham Reynolds, who became Keeper of the Department of Prints and Drawings and Paintings at the Victoria & Albert Museum. From the 1950s, Reynolds resumed painting, influenced by American Abstract Expressionism, a major exhibition of which she saw at the Tate in 1959. A regular exhibitor in London and Suffolk, she was a founder-member of Gainsborough’s House Print Workshop and a fellow of the Printmakers’ Council. She died in Bradfield, Suffolk in 2002.
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    Materials & Techniques
    canvas, oil, oil painting
  • Details
    The Watcher
    Oil on canvas
    height: 127.00 cm, width: 102.00 cm
    Purchased from Anthony Dawson, July 1968
    verso tl: REYNOLDS (on folded over canvas) ; verso tl (on stretcher bar): REYNOLDS
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