(1887 - 1958)
Edith GrangerTaylor is known for Portrait painting.
Biography Edith Granger-Taylor
Edith Granger-Taylor (1887-1958) was born in Grassington, Yorkshire. She
studied for a term at the Royal Academy Schools in 1910 and at St.
John`s Wood Art School prior to 1914. She also took lessons from the
famous portraitist Philip de Laszlo, and studied for a term at the Slade
School of Fine Art in 1919, where the principal Henry Tonks
complimented her on her skills with pastel.
She exhibited at the New
English Art Club and elsewhere during the 1920s and 30s and held solo
exhibitions at the Grosvenor Galleries in 1922 and Beaux Arts Gallery in
1932. The artist was rescued from oblivion with an exhibition of her
pastels and paintings at Gillian Jason Gallery in 1989, entitled Edith
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