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The quay at Dinard Ethel carrick fox (1994 Felix Rose) (Genuine and Vintage)

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The quay at Dinard - Ethel carrick fox - (1994 Felix Rose) - (Genuine and Vintage) - Poster - 28 x 22


The quay at Dinard - Ethel carrick fox

NB. The Picture just shows the Picture, and leaves the Border out (Where the picture goes to the Border, the sizes will be the same)

All these sizes are approximate and in inches:
Poster including the border 28" x 22"
Just the picture with the Border removed =

These posters are unframed, and are sent rolled in a sturdy tube

However, these Posters can be framed if you wanted them to be, please contact us if you would wish them to be framed for Prices and Postage costs

Ethel Carrick, also known by her married name of Ethel Carrick Fox, was an English-born Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painter. Much of her career was spent in France and in Australia, where she was associated with the movement known as the Heidelberg School.

Ethel Carrick was born in Uxbridge, Middlesex, and she trained in London at the Guildhall School of Music and at the Slade School of Fine Art under Henry Tonks.

She married the Australian Impressionist painter Emanuel Phillips Fox in 1905.

The outbreak of World War I brought Carrick and her husband to Melbourne, Australia, where they did organizing work to raise war funds from artists and to support the French Red Cross.

Mainly a painter, Carrick is known for her flower paintings, landscapes and scenes of outdoor urban life in parks and on beaches. Some of these draw on her international travels, such as her paintings of outdoor markets in the Middle East and elsewhere. In the 1920s, she began painting flower studies, which overall are more conventional than her earlier work.

Carrick began as an Impressionist plein air painter but fairly quickly moved to a more Post-Impressionist style featuring blockier compositions and sharper color contrasts. Some of the works produced around 1911-12 are distinctly Fauvist in their strong colors, high abstraction, and loose handling of the paint.

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