Modern British oil on hardboard study of female bust on table.
MARY PIERCY 1938 - 2012. Mary attended Hornsey College of Art in the 1950s. She provided illustrations for the 1959 first issue of "Ambit" literary magazine, which continues to be published today trained as an illustrator and set designer but her thirst for an artistic voice saw her excel as a fine artist. She had her first exhibition in the 1960s and she became a member of the Hampstead Artists Society and her work became highly collected especially in the USA and Canada. Her work as an illustrator and set designer saw her design props and backdrops for the Royal Ballet in Covent garden and early episodes of Dr Who. She experimented with a range of styles throughout her career and was particularly influenced by Gauguin and Picasso. Her painting have a bold forceful quality that is distinctively her own.
signed verso with remains of label.
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