Gillian Whaite (1934-2012) - 20th Century Silkscreen, Fish with Treasure
DescriptionA delightful study of an abstract fish by the British artist Gillian Whaite. Inscribed in graphite to the lower edge, "Fish with treasure under the sea. From a painting made by the artist as a child". Signed in graphite to the lower right. On wove.
With a tear to the lower left corner that partially obscures some of the inscription.
24.3 x 29.3cm (9.6" x 11.5")Sheet: 31.5 x 36.7cm (12.4" x 14.4")
Sulis Fine Art is delighted to present this fine and varied collection of etchings, aquatints and other prints by British artist Gillian Whaite.
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Gillian Whaite was born in London in 1934, daughter of the artist Henry Clarence Whaite (1895-1978). Gillian studied at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1952-56, the University of London Institute of Education in 1958-59 and at the Royal Academy Schools in 1968-69. She became a lecturer at St. Gabriel's College of Education in 1959.
Whaite exhibited frequently throughout her career, including the Camden Arts Centre in 1982 and Royal Free Hospital in 1983. Gillian also exhibited with her father at South London Art Gallery in 1979.
Gillian passed away in 2012. Her work is held by the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, and the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation at Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA.
|Artist||Gillian Whaite (1934-2012)|
|Dimensions||24.3 x 29.3cm|
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