Alpine Club Exhibition, 1956 – new works and web site revisions

Sincere thanks to Robyn Louey at the Art Gallery of New South Wales for sending scans of a catalogue (possibly the only copy in existence) of an exhibition of Annie's works at the Alpine Club in 1956. See the EXHIBITIONS page for details. As well as details of pictures unknown before, this has also added …

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Two more ‘new’ Swynnertons – ArtUK.org essay – web site updates.

RATHER SURPRISED THIS HASN'T POPPED UP BEFORE with all the web searches I've done - a portrait of Alice Woods (1911), on the Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society web site. According to the web page, it was believed destroyed when the Maria Grey Training College (closed 1976 and site redeveloped) where it hung was …

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Page created for Landscape with figures’

A page has been created on this website for the newly discovered painting, 'Landscape with figures.' It has been given than name, rather than 'Landscape with two figures,' as can't be certain that the marks close to the recognizable figures aren't intended to be other (unfinished?) figures. Jonathan Russell.  

A newly discovered work – “Landscape with two figures.”

Someone kindly emailed to say they had a painting possibly by "Annie Swynnerton" (her name being written on the back of the frame) and asked for an opinion on the attribution. With a bit of study, it seemed to resemble one of the obscurer images in one of the 1923 exhibition photographs, specifically painting 'N' …

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