Blind and Paper Flowers

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Thelma Hulbert was a much-loved art teacher at Camden School for Girls from 1944–1946. She was an early member of the Euston Road group of artists, established as a reaction against modernist theory. The group included Sir William Coldstream, Victor Pasmore (who painted Thelma), Vanessa Bell, Bill Brandt and many other prominent artists of the time. Thelma had a great love of Cornwall and spent time there with contemporaries, including Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. In 1962–1963 she had a successful solo show at the Whitechapel Gallery. Since her death in 1995, her home and studio – Elmsfield House in Honiton – has been transformed into the Thelma Hulbert Gallery. Two of her pictures are held by the Tate. Her pictures are mainly interiors and still lifes.

Camden School for Girls



Blind and Paper Flowers




oil on canvas


H 127 x W 90 cm

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presented by the Thelma Hulbert Memorial Fund

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