"London Spring " Muriel Jackson



  • £995.00 Free UK delivery
  • €1,177 Euro
  • $1,371 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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London Spring by Muriel Jackson.1901/1978. Muriel Jackson was born in London on the 9th March 1901. She was educated at Ruskin House School Hampstead.She studied under Noel Rooke for wood engraving and F Ernest Jackson for tempera painting. From 1920 she specialised in painting gypsy caravans on Hampstead heath near her home in Well Walk. In later life she became a well known and respected wood engraver.This super painting was exhibited at the royal academy. Framed by the best framers in London James Bourlet and sons.

This is a charming portrait of a flower seller upon Hampstead Heath. It has a magical fairy tale quality and an almost cartoon like style with the car and horse and cart visible behind the railings in the background. The bird perched upon the tree branch gives it a Mary Poppins like feel.

Nice overall condition. The frame is an excellent quality frame from probably the best framers in London still making frames today.

Canvas size 44 x 55 cm

Full size 57 cm x 68 cm

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  • H: 68cm (26.77in)
  • W: 57cm (22.44in)



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