Cathleen MANN, (1896-1959) Modern British
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Cathleen MANN, (1896-1959)

Still Life with Books


Oil on Canvas
30 x 25in (76.2x63.5cm)
Alex, Reid Lefevre

About the Artist

Cathleen MANN (1896-1959)

Painter, daughter of the painters Harrington Mann and Florence Sabine Mann, the Tate Gallery holds a family group by Harrington which includes Cathleen and Sabine.

Cathleen studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and in Paris. She went on to exhibit her strong portraits and still lifes at the Royal Academy, Goupil, Lefevre and Leicester Galleries, NEAC, PS and widely elsewhere.

Her work is held by the Victoria & Albert Museum, in British provincial, French and American galleries. Lived in London.

Courtesy of The Dictionary of Artists in Britain Since 1945 by David Buckman, published by Art Dictionaries Ltd.,1989.


Modern British

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