A vibrant depiction of a jungle scene showing a group of Gibbons.
They are aware of us intruding into their world. In composition, it draws inspiration from Henri Rousseau`s work. Artist Henri Rousseau (1844 – 1910) used a mix of zoological, museum and artistic sources, combined with a strong imagination, to bring exotic locations and wildlife to life.
Born in Penge, London, she studied at the Slade School from 1912 to 1914, also in Karlsruhe, Germany. Her move to Cornwall in 1921 was to start working (briefly) with Stanhope FORBES. She was influenced by Algernon Mayow TALMAGE to paint in oil because he thought she was so bad at watercolours. She went on to develop an individual style of still life in the 1930s, and still later, under the influence of Ben NICHOLSON, this developed into an abstract style.
She regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Royal Scottish academy.
Beautifully framed originally part of Ing Barings collection.
Provenance Christie's 20th Century British Art sale, April 2000.
Part of the Ing Barings collection
Size is 36 x 28 inches ( 91.5 x 71.2 cm)
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