Artist Carolyn Sergeant: Tulip Petals

Artist Carolyn Sergeant (1937-2018): Tulip Petals

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Carolyn Sergeant (1937-2018):
Tulip Petals
Framed (ref: 8468)
Signed with initials

Oil on board
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm)

See all works by Carolyn Sergeant oil panel flowers still lifes Garden Museum WOMEN Welsh Artists and Pictures

Provenance: The artist's studio; The Maas Gallery

Carolyn Sergeant (Cann) studied at Wimbledon School of Art (1955-59) and at the Royal Academy Schools (1959-62) where she was a Silver Medallist. At the Royal Academy Schools she met and later married her fellow student, John Sergeant. Working separately ,but taking inspiration from each other, they proved to be a formidable artistic couple.  Carolyn had several one-woman exhibitions in London, at the Fine Art Society, Colnaghi, Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox,  Waterman Gallery and The Maas Gallery.  She specialised in flower studies.

Exhibited: Sanctuary, Artist-Gardeners, 1919-39, Garden Museum, London, 25th February – 5 April, 2020

Literature: Christopher Woodward, Sanctuary: Artist-Gardeners, 1919–1939, published by Liss Llewellyn, 2020