Hilda Fearon (1887-1917)
|Artist Name||Hilda Fearon (1887-1917)|
|Title||Leaving the Theatre|
|Description||A fine large stunning British Impressionist oil painting by Hilda Fearon. It was painted circa 1905 and depicts the entertained leaving the theatre. A fine nocture painted by a stunning British female artist and a fine example of British Impressionism.
Signed lower left.
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||24 x 20 inches|
|Frame||Silvered Bourlet gallery frame 34 inches by 30 inches.|
|Biography||Hilda Fearon (1887-1917) studied at the Slade School of Art and in the Cornish fishing towns of St Ives and Newlyn, where many artists painted out of doors. Her paintings appeared at all the London venues for modern art in the years leading up to and during the first world war, also attracting attention in Glasgow, Dublin, Paris, Venice and Pittsburgh. Like many painters of the period, Fearon used Impressionism to depict contemporary life as transitory but knowable.
ROI 1910. Exhibited: Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham 1, Glasgow Institute 4, Goupil Gallery 8, International Society 4, Walker Gallery Liverpool 8, London Salon 4, Manchester City Art Gallery 1, New English Art Club 1, Royal Academy 18, Royal Hibernian Academy 5, Royal Institute of Oil Painters 8. .