Heatherley's Art School, circa 1902
Unframed (ref: 4779)
Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.7 cm.)
Heatherley's Art School, in London, (which still exists) was one of the
most popular private art schools of the mid-nineteenth and early
twentieth centuries. Art training was available to women here.
The Slade opened its doors to women in 1871.
Provenance: Private collection
Exhibitited: The Edwardian Era, Barbican Art Gallery, (November 87-February 88), no 56.
Literature: The Edwardian Era, Barbican Art Gallery, (November 87-February 88), p 40.