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Born in London in 1953, Sarah Muffett’s childhood was spent in Bromley until she moved with her mother and grandmother to Norfolk, where she left school at 16 and drifted rather aimlessly through a succession of office jobs. She did, however, meet her future husband in one of these offices, so it wasn’t a complete waste of time! Another move, this time to Dorset, brought more interesting work, initially for veterinary surgeons and subsequently for an architect, where Sarah learnt technical drawing.
oil on canvas
H 104 x W 79 cm
on loan from the Royal Society of Portrait Painters