Above images kindly sent by current owner, an experienced collector with previous experience of Annie’s work, and who comments, “I think the stretcher and canvas on my painting pre-date 1930 by some twenty years or so. I also think the vigorous brushwork suggests a hand of less than 85 years … it may have had a little re-working in 1930 but I think it is about 1910 in date.”

Illustrated in Royal Academy Illustrated, 1930.

Thanks to Grant Waters for identifying the correct title for this picture. It was originally titled ‘Young Girl in a Pink Dress’ on this web site.

3 thoughts on “A ROSE FROM MY GARDEN

  1. G. W.

    Hello, I own this painting. It is indeed 20 x 16 inches canvas size and is on its original stretcher. Although it is signed and dated 1930 verso I think this work is nearer to 1910 in date. I have seen another painting of the same girl previously. My understanding is that late in life ALS signed quite a few of her previously unsigned pictures, hence several appear to date from when she was in her mid eighties. Regards …


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