London Group


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Friends, Associates Dorothy Brett
Thus began an intense friendship between Lady Ottoline and Brett, during which time Brett spent three years hard at work on her enormous painting of Ottoline. The final product (before Brett sloughed off the body...
Literary responses Dora Carrington
When French painter Simon Bussy saw the painting, he called it [b]etter than anything at the London Group . . . . Better than most French things -- better than [Olivier] Marchand et tous ces...
Occupation Nina Hamnett
About one subject, her work, NH did become more serious over the course of the war. Not only had she renewed her passion for drawing (painting supplies were then too expensive), but she had also...
Occupation Dorothy Brett
After graduating from the Slade School of Art, DB became a professional artist. Her most famous early exhibition piece was War Widows, painted in 1916, in which a crowd of black-clad pregnant women take...
Occupation Nina Hamnett
An Omega still-life show exemplified the greater recognition NH received this year for her art. She exhibited widely, showing drawings, still lifes and portraits with the Friday Club , the London Group and the New English Art Club


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