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Painting of a Girl w/ Flowers by Edith M. S. Scannell (British b.1852)

Painting of a Girl w/ Flowers by Edith M. S. Scannell (British b.1852)


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Directory: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: Europe: British: Pre 1900: Item # 1323240

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Edith M. S. Scannell (British, 1852-1940)

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Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right and titled upper right)

Painting: 18" x 14")
Frame: 29.5" x 25.5")

A painter of genre and children’s portraits, Scannell was also a noted magazine and children’s book illustrator. She would often incorporate Japanese dolls, tea sets and kimonos in her portraits of children. Her ability to depict a certain sweetness of a child’s face made her a popular portraitist. )

Scannell lived for years in Italy and Switzerland. In Italy and Paris she worked in various noted studios but it was not until she settled in London and took a studio of her own that she made painting her life work. Many of her works were reproduced as photogravures to make them more available to the public. )

Scannell exhibited frequently from 1870-1905 at the Manchester City Art Gallery, the Royal Hibernian Academy, the Society of Women Artists and the Royal Academy. She was also a member of the Society of Miniaturists. Titles of paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy included, “In the Schoolroom”, “The Torn Frock”, and “Hard Lines”. )

Sources:)

“Cassell’s Magazine, 1903” vol. 27)

Petteys, Chris. "Dictionary of Women Artists")

Wood, Christopher. "Dictionary of British Art. Vol. IV, Victorian Painters"