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Cecil Collins at the Central School of Art, London

© the artist. Photo credit: Chelmsford Museums

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Cecil Collins was the artist's personal tutor when she was a student at the Central School of Art and Design between 1971–1974. She remained in touch with Cecil, attending his drawing classes at the City Lit in Covent Garden as well as becoming a colleague at the Central where she taught relief printmaking from 1979–1993. She has painted other portraits of Cecil Collins, including a portrait of Cecil with his wife Elisabeth at their flat in Paulton Square, Chelsea.

Chelmsford Museum Store


Date

1982

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 202 x W 67 cm

Accession number

1986.487

Acquisition method

donated by the Contemporary Art Society, 1986

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

Signed


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