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Biography – [1874-1955]
Dorothea Sharp was born in Dartford in 1874. She went on to study at the Richmond Art School and the Regent Street Polytechnic where she was encouraged by George Clausen and David Murry. Her artistic style was shaped by her expostulate to Claude Monet’s work in Paris. This impressionist influence lasted for the rest of her career while painting landscape, figure and flower paintings.
Sharp lived in London, Beaconsfield and St.Ives in Cornwall where she painted subjects including children on the beach. She also travelled to Europe to paint.
In 1928 she became an honorary member of the St.Ives School of Artists.
Dorothea Sharp was a member of the Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Society of Women Artists
What did Dorothea Sharp paint?
She mainly painted children playing with subjects including the seaside, aldeburgh suffolk, St.Ives, flowers, goats, Still life, Cornish Harbours and rock pools to name a few.
How did she sign his works?
Signs work ‘DOROTHEA SHARP’
Did Dorothea Sharp work in other media?
The majority of her work was in oil on canvas or panel with a few watercolours.
Where did Dorothea Sharp Sell?
She sold direct, at art dealers and exhibitions. We have seen gallery labels from W.B.Simpson, Richard Green, MacConnal-Mason and provenance from auction houses including Bonhams Auctioneers, Sothebys Auction and Christies Auctions.
Society of Women Artists
Chenil and New Chenil Galleries
Connell & Sons Gallery
Fine Art Society
Walker Gallery Liverpool
Royal Society of British Artists
Royal Hibernian Academy
Royal Society of Oil Painters
Royal Scottish Academy