(1909 - 1991)
Daphne Charlton was active/lived in United Kingdom.
Biography Daphne Charlton
Daphne Charlton was a student at the Slade School of Art, as was Stanley Spencer, and her husband George taught there. The Charltons were introduced to Spencer in 1939 and from then on he often visited them at their Hampstead home. All three went on a painting holiday together in the summer of 1939 to Leonard Stanley, a remote village in Gloucestershire. During this stay Daphne Charlton painted Spencer`s portrait, and soon after their return to London Spencer produced a large scale portrait of her, which sits in the Tate collection, London.