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Phyllis Neilson-Terry (1892–1977), FRAM

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Phyllis Neilson-Terry (1892–1977) is depicted three-quarter length, leaning on a parapet wall surrounded by red rhododendrons. She wears a decorative hat, an aqua-blue dress and a coral shawl, and holds her blue turquoise beads, on their long gold chain. A large tree is to the rear, right. Charles Buchel, the artist, worked within theatrical circles, in particular for Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree with whom her mother, Julia Neilson-Terry, was professionally associated.

Royal Academy of Music


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    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    151 x 100.5 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    presented by the sitter, 1944


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