Louisa Fennell, Shambles, Meat Market, 1898 - A2 Print

Louisa Fennell, Shambles, Meat Market, 1898 - A2 Print

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Louisa Fennell, Shambles, Meat Market, 1898  

Louisa Fennell was an English painter, born in the Wakefield area of the West Riding of Yorkshire in 1847. She is best known for her watercolours of local scenes which serve not only as a valuable record of buildings now demolished, such as the Six-Chimneys, but are also an important socio-historical document of the way people lived at the turn of the century. These topographical views are a natural continuation of her childhood fascination with the everyday and the lives of the people around her.

Watercolour on paper

The Gott Collection, Wakefield Permanent Art Collection (The Hepworth Wakefield)

Dimensions: 42 x 59.4 cm

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The Hepworth Wakefield was built in 2011 by David Chipperfield Architects to house the city’s nationally important collection of modern and contemporary British art. The Wakefield Permanent Art Collection consists of more than 5,000 works,  at the core of which is a significant group of works by Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore which celebrate Yorkshire’s heritage as the birthplace of modern British sculpture. Other leading British artists represented in the collection include Eileen Agar, David Bomberg, Roger Fry, Harold Gilman, Ben Nicholson, Patrick Heron, Lucie Rie and William Scott.

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