Christopher Sanders (1905-1991)

Artist Name Christopher Sanders (1905-1991)
Title A Portrait of Lady in Red
Description An original circa 1960 oil on canvas by Royal Academy artist Christopher Sanders. An excellent example of a Modern British portrait. In fine condition and framed in an original gallery frame. This is an exceptional painting by a British listed artist.
Signed right.
Provenance Midlands estate. Family estate.
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 13 x 17 inches
Frame Housed in its original gallery frame 24 inches by 20 inches and in good condition.
Condition Excellent condition
Biography Christopher Sanders (1905-1991) was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He studied at Wakefield School of Art (1922-4), Leeds School of Art (1924-6) and the Royal College of Art (1926-9). He initially earned a living working as a commercial artist designing the logo for Birds Custard and patterns for the upholstery in London Underground trains and as an illustrator working on several of the Janet and John books.

He also taught for some years at Harrow School of Art and St Albans School of Art. However it is as a landscape and portrait painter that Sanders is best known. He exhibited frequently and regularly at the Royal Academy from 1933 to 1970. He was elected an Associate member of the Royal Academy in 1953, becoming a full member in 1961. In 1956 he won a gold medal at Paris Salon. He was also a member of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. He lived near Slough, Buckinghamshire.
Price £1200
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