Kilroy Fine Art
Flower Studies by Joan Warburton
REF: SK0121 / LA334984
Secure Payments By
This is a charming flower study by the artist Joan Warburton (1920-1996), it depicts flower heads and buds and is signed and dated 1949. Joan's art is beginning to get the recognition it deserves. In 1937 Joan, enrolled as one of the first students at the now legendary East Anglian School of Painting & Drawing at Dedham, Essex and later relocated to Benton End which was run by Cedric Morris and Lett Haines. Joan exhibited at the Ipswich Art Club in 1941, two works 'Ipswich Docks 1939' and 'Still Life 1941', in 1942 'Newlyn Harbour, Cornwall'. Joan did war work in the WRENS, in an arms factory and with the Red Cross Cross Ambulance Service when she met her future husband. She often stayed at Benton End during her war service, which also took her to London and to Wales.
Kilroy Fine Art has clarified that the Flower Studies by Joan Warburton (LA334984) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1946
The condition is good considering the age of the piece
The work will be sent via Royal Mail