MARGARET BARNARD PAINTING & LINOCUT – VALUATION, ARTIST AUCTION VALUE, PRICE & APPRAISAL IN 2020.
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Margret Helen Barnard [1898-1992] – Biography
She was born in 1898 in Bengal but returned to England at the age of seven where she attended the Bath High School and later St.Leonard’s School in Scotland. Barnard worked in Glasgow in 1922 and Kelso in 1923.
She studied art at the Glasgow School of Art before moving to London to study at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art under the linocut artist Claude Flight.
Barnard was married to Robert George Sang Mackechnie (1894-1975) who was involve in the Seven and Five Society of painter and sculptors which included Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson.
In the Second World War she became an ambulance driver and spent time cultivating the land.
Her linocut ‘Night Fishing’ was illustrated in Claude Flight’s, book of ‘Lino Cutting and Printing’ in 1934.
Some of the titles of her linocuts include: Embrace, Girl and Fox, On the Beach, Still Life with Vases, Tempus, The Rowers, Women Sewing a Shroud, Anemones, Horse Dealers, Shells and St George and the Dragon.
How did Barnard sign her works?
Signs work :’Margaret Barnard’
Did she work in other media?
She worked in oil, watercolour, ink, pencil, linocut and also designed posters for London Transport.
Where did she Sell?
He sold direct, at art dealers and exhibitions. We have also seen London gallery labels and provenance from auction houses.
Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
New English Art Club
Royal Society of British Artists