Anna Katrina Zinkeisen
(1901 - 1976)
Anna Katrina Zinkeisen was active/lived in United Kingdom. Anna Zinkeisen is known for painting.
Biography Anna Katrina Zinkeisen
Anna Katrina Zinkeisen won a scholarship to the Royal Academy Schools from Harrow School of Art and in both 1920 and 1921 she won the Landseer Award. She later worked for Wedgwood as a ceramics designer. With her sister Doris Anna she contributed murals to the passenger liners the Queen Mary and the Queen Elizabeth.
During the Second World War she worked mornings in the casualty ward at St Mary's Hospital Paddington and painted in a disused operating theatre in the afternoons. Her painting of plastic surgeon Sir Archibald Hector McIndoe is hung at the National Portrait Gallery as is her own self-portrait circa 1944.
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