(1915 - 2012)
Mary Fedden was active/lived in England. Mary Fedden is known for fruit and floral still-life, animal and landscape painting, teaching.
Biography Mary Fedden
mistakenly described as the daughter of Roy Fedden (who was in fact her
uncle), Mary Fedden studied at the Slade School of Fine Arts, London
from 1932 to 1936. She then returned to Bristol where she painted and
taught until World War II broke out. After the war was over, Fedden
developed her own style of flower paintings and still-lifes,
reminiscent of artists such as Matisse and Braque.
In 1951, Mary Fedden married the artist Julian Trevelyan. She went
on to teach painting at the Royal College of Art from 1958 to 1964, the
first woman tutor to teach in the Painting School. Her pupils included
David Hockney and Allen Jones. She subsequently taught a
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