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An elegant woman beneath her parasol, her face intriguingly turned away from the viewer, dominates Naomi Alexander’s classic evocation of English ritual: teatime at Wimbledon. The luscious palette of pink, orange and turquoise combines with cooler whites to conjure up the atmosphere of an ideal English Summer’s day.
In 2002 Alexander was appointed Artist-in-Residence at the Europas Parkas Museum in Vilnius. Her work is in many collections including Baker Tilly (London), the Japanese Broadcasting Association, and in museums in Israel and Lithuania.
oil on board
H 40 x W 60 cm
gift from the Joan Hurst Collection, 2009
Naomi Alexander 90