Helen Bradley (1900-1979)
Helen Bradley (1900-1979)

Going home through the Park

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Helen Bradley (1900-1979)
Going home through the Park
signed with a fly (lower left), signed again, inscribed and dated 'Going home through the Park we were caught in the/First Snow of Winter/and Mother who hadn't brought her Umbrella/wouldn't wait for George & I to feed the Ducks/"Come along quickly Children" She called./Poor Miss Carter (who wore Pink) was wearing/her new Winter Dress and Hat never dreaming/it would snow & Miss Maitland and her Mother/walking in front of her were delighted to see/Mr Taylor (the Bank Manager) hurrying towards them/to offer his Umbrella and the year was 1907/Helen Layfield Bradley 1969' (on a label attached to the reverse)
oil on canvas-board
24 x 32 in. (61 x 81.3 cm.)
Provenance
Anonymous sale; Phillips, London, 23 November 1993, lot 37.
with MacConnal Mason, London, where purchased by the present owner.
Exhibited
Preston, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Helen Bradley Paintings of a Victorian Childhood, no. 16; this exhibition travelled.
London, W.H. Patterson Fine Arts, Helen Bradley Commemorative Exhibition, July - August 2000, no. 43.

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