Annie’s works have been the subject of dedicated exibitions only twice, one in 1923 when she was 79 and one 2018-2019, 84 years after her death. Both were held at Manchester Art Gallery.
Images: from display at Manchester Art Gallery.
Pictures identifiable are Capri, Cupid and Psyche, David and Jonathan Fenwick, Elizabeth Williamson at Wemmergill, Lady by flowering ivy, Mater Triumphalis, Mrs A. Scott-Elliot and Children, New Risen Hope (Tate version), Oceanid, Oreads, The Soul’s Journey: The Soul’s Awakening, The Southing of the Sun, as well as otherwise unknown pieces.
This exhibition ran from 26 February 2018 to 6 January 2019 with 28 paintings on continuous display, several of them on loan from private collections.
The works on continuous display were:
- An Italian Mother and Child
- Susan Isabel Dacre
- The Reverend William Gaskell
- The Tryst
- The Letter
- The Town of Siena
- Through the Orchard
- The Dreamer
- The Convalescent
- Cupid and Psyche
- The Sense of Sight
- New Risen Hope (Tate version)
- The Debutante
- Geoffrey and Christopher Herringham
- Count Zouboff
- Margaret and Chrystian Guthrie
- Mrs A Scott-Elliot and Children
- The Southing of the Sun
- The Barren Fig
- Italian Landscape
- The Olive Gatherers
- Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett
- Montagna Mia
There was in addition a pencil drawing, Head of a young man, in a cabinet. and The Vagrant was temporarily on display during the earlier part of the exhibition. Two pieces by Susan Isable Dacre were also included, XXX and XXX. (A further work by Dacre, Two Italian Mothers, is on permanent display in another room in the gallery.)