Description & Technical information

Mary Fedden’s is renowned for her unique perspective and great talent for finding beauty in the everyday. This piece was painted in 1946, the year Mary Fedden was able to resume easel painting after the Second World War. Her first solo exhibition followed the next year at the Mansard Gallery in Heal’s Department Store, where several of her still life flower paintings were displayed. Fedden developed her own style of flower paintings and still lifes, reminiscent of artists such as Matisse and Braque.


Date:  1946
Period:  20th century
Origin:  British
Medium: Oil on canvas
Signature: 

Signed ‘M. Fedden’ and dated (lower right)



Dimensions: 50.8 x 40.64 cm (20 x 16 inches)
Provenance: 

Private Collection, United Kingdom



Categories: Paintings, Drawings & Prints