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Threshing

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Henfield Museum

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Threshing was a common sight in the countryside before the Second World War. The paintings is rather cartoon-like in its style. The artist is known mainly for her portrait work, and staged over 50 exhibitions in England and South Africa. She came to live at the village of Blackstone, two miles from Henfield, in the 1970s.

Henfield Museum

Henfield

Title

Threshing

Date

c.1930

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 76 x W 101 cm

Accession number

PB1221

Acquisition method

donated

Work type

Painting

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Henfield Museum

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