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Three-quarter length, three-quarter left side portrait of an amateur painter named Annie Barnett. She is depicted seated at an easel, with a palette held in her left arm, painting a vase of flowers. She is turned to face the viewer, smiling and presenting herself in a deliberate pose. She wears a tunic dress in beige with a white shirt underneath, with a string of pearls round her neck, her hair is brown and tied in a loose style.
oil on board
39.5 x 46.9 cm
gift from the sitter, 1938
Manchester Art Gallery
Manchester Art Gallery Mosley Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M2 3JL EnglandView venue
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