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Thelma Hulbert was a much-loved art teacher at Camden School for Girls from 1944–1946. She was an early member of the Euston Road group of artists, established as a reaction against modernist theory. The group included Sir William Coldstream, Victor Pasmore (who painted Thelma), Vanessa Bell, Bill Brandt and many other prominent artists of the time. Thelma had a great love of Cornwall and spent time there with contemporaries, including Wilhelmina Barns-Graham.
oil on canvas
H 127 x W 90 cm
presented by the Thelma Hulbert Memorial Fund