SELL MARY FEDDEN OIL PAINTINGS, WATERCOLOURS & SIGNED PRINTS IN 2019.
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Biography – Mary Fedden [1915-2012]
Mary Fedden was born in 1915 in Bristol and died in London in 2012 aged 96. Mary Fedden studied at the Slade School of Fine Art 1932-1936 before returning to Bristol to paint and teach until World War II.
After the war Mary Fedden’s style developed with flower and still life paintings with overtones of Matisse, lately described as Naive Modernism.
Mary Fedden married fellow artist Julian Trevelyan in1951. After that from the late 1950’s Mary Fedden taught art the Royal College of Art where her pupils including David Hockney and Allen Jones.
Mary Fedden became a member of the Royal Academy and later was awarded an OBE.
What did Mary Fedden Paint?
Recents subjects we have seen include birds, cats, her husband Julian Trevelyan, fruit, butterflies, horses, oranges, lemons, poppies, teapots, lilies, owls, tulips, and feathers! We are interested to purchase any subject of Mary Fedden’s work in oil, watercolour and signed limited edition prints.
When you sell Mary Fedden paintings and we buy Mary Fedden artwork provenance is important and so we look for gallery labels, original paperwork and frames.
How did Mary Fedden sign her works?
Mary Fedden usually signs : ’Fedden + date’ e.g. ‘Fedden 1977’
Where did Mary Fedden sell?
Some of the Mary Fedden paintings we see were acquired direct from the artist with paperwork but others, supporting original labels, may have come from the following Mary Fedden galleries and auction houses: New Grafton Gallery, Gallery, Hamet Gallery, Arnolfini Gallery, Bohun Gallery, Beaux Arts Gallery, Michael Parkin Gallery, Thomas Agnew & Sons, Christie’s, Bonhams, Sotheby’s, New English Art Club, Portland Gallery and the Royal Academy of Arts.
Did Mary Fedden make prints?
Mary Fedden did make silkscreen prints including ‘The Lamp’ and ‘Aldeburgh Fishing Boat’. She also produced many lithographs including ‘Lamplight’, ‘Tuscany’ and‘Red Sun and Butterfly’.
Limited editions were also produced including ‘Cat on a Cornish Beach’ ‘Whitby Harbour’, ‘The Orange Mug’, ‘Red Sunset’, ‘The Matisse Jug’, ‘Ginger Beer Bottle’, ‘Picnic’, ‘The Tabac Jar’, ‘Black Cat and Plant’, ‘The Garden Bench’ and ’Red Sunset’.Contact Us