Daphne FEDARB, (1912-1992) Modern British
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Daphne FEDARB, (1912-1992)

Mystical Landscape


Oil on Canvas
20in x 24in (51cm x 61cm)
Private Collection, London

About the Artist

Daphne FEDARB (1912-1992)

Painter, born in London, who married the artist Ernest Fedarb, and whose daughter Paulette was also a painter.

She studied at Beckenham School of Art, 1928-30,
Slade School of Fine Art, 1931-4, then at Westminster School of Art, 1936-9, where Mark Gertler taught her painting and Bernard Meninsky drawing. She married Ernest Fedarb in 1932 and in 1935 they had a joint show at Fine Art Society.

Daphne Fedarb became a member of NS, 1940-55, of the RBA in 1948 and WIAC, 1955-68. Between 1961-73 she showed work at RA, NEAC and LG, in America and on the continent. Had a solo exhibition at Gallery 34, Shaftesbury, in 1968, another at Chilham Gallery, Kent, 1972, and shared a second show with Ernest at Sally Hunter & Patrick Seale Fine Art, 1986.

Daphne Fedarb won first prize in the Laing Landscape Competition, 1981, and a second prize in 1983, and gained the RBA De Laszlo Medal in 1982. Lived in Nackington, Kent


Modern British

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