Margaret Evangeline Wilson (1890-1977)
|Artist Name||Margaret Evangeline Wilson (1890-1977)|
|Title||Lily Floral Arrangement|
|Description|| A large oil on canvas of a stunning floral arrangement by female artist Margaret Evangeline Wilson. Wilson exhibited at the Paris Salon and won the Medaille d'Or at the Paris Salon in the 1930’s. This painting dates to the 1920-1930s and is a magnificent floral spray of lilies and anenomies with beautiful colouring. Signed lower right.
|Provenance||Provenance. James Bourlet and Sons. Midlands collection of the artist|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||30 x 25 inches|
|Frame||Framed 37 inches by 32 in a gallery frame.|
|Biography|| Margaret Evangeline Wilson (née Beard) (1890-1977) continued her academic studies after attending the Royal Academy through sojourns and campaigns in Paris and Italy.
She exhibited widely, including at the Royal Academy, Walker Art Galleries in Liverpool, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, the Royal Scottish Academy, Society of Women Artist and at the Paris Salon. Works by the artist may be found at the London British Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum, also in London.