Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley
(1921 - 1963)
Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley was active/lived in England, Scotland. Joan Eardley is known for modernist landscape, townscape, children, coastal scene painting.
Biography Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley
Joan Eardley was born in Sussex, England, later moving to live in Blackheath, London. It was here she first studied at a local art school and then continued to enrol at Goldsmith's College. By 1940, she had moved to Bearsden, Glasgow studying at Glasgow Art School and at Hospitalfield House under James Cowie.
In 1943 her talent became recognised when she was awarded a diploma in drawing and painting and received the James Guthrie prize for portraiture. Later in 1963, she became a member of the Royal Scottish Academy.
Around 1947-48, she spent a post-diploma year travelling in France and Italy, revisiting locations made famous by the avant-garde artists at the beginning of the twentieth century. She completed landscapes of pro
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