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 Fanny Bunn  (1871 - 1950)

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Lived/Active: England      Known for: enamel on copper and watercolor painting, figures

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Miss Fanny Bunn
Born 1871
Active: 1891 - 1921
Country of birth and death: England
Painter, sculptor, art metal worker
Born in West Bromwich, Birmingham. She was the daughter of Levi Bunn (born c.1840-1922 in Birmingham a hinge and bolt manufacturer who was living on his own means from about 1891. She exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1904-5, and in Birmingham and Liverpool.

Address The Limes Beeches Road West Bromwich | View on map?1891 (Circa) - 1911 (Circa)

Exhibited at The Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts (Summer Exhibition), 1768-?1904 - 1905 ?Exhibited twice, three works (three enamel panels)
Exhibited at Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Autumn Exhibition, 1921?1921?
Exhibited a trinket bowl Fairies: p. 25 (Case 2, 23) and a silver powder box Memory: p. 25 (Case 2, 24) [summary].

The artist was living in West Bromwich.

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Census Returns of England and Wales


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Fanny Bunn (1871-1921), enamelist from West Bromwich.  

She trained at Birmingham Municipal School of Art where she was a star pupil, winning the Board of Education's Silver Medal in 1903.  She worked in enamels on copper supports.  

A good example of her work can be seen in Hereford Cathedral commemorating G.R.Sinclair the organist, a friend of Sir William Elgar, composer.  She also has work in Birmingham and the Victoria and Albert Museums.

Information provided by Philip Weaver.

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