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 Ethel Quixano Henriques  (1868 - 1936)

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Lived/Active: United Kingdom      Known for: Landscape painting

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Ethel Q. Henriques (1868-1936) Landscape painter in oil and watercolor

Born on July 5, 1868 in Manchester, she was the second child and eldest daughter of Arthur Quixano Henriques (1836-1881) and Isabella (nee Strauss) (1846-1927).

Henriques trained at the Slade and was a member of the Women’s International Art Club.  She exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Institute of Oil Painters (R.O.I.), New English Art Club (N.E.A.C.), and at the Paris Salon’ (G. Waters Dictionary of British Artists working 1900-1950 p 67).

She died February 7, 1936 in London at 9 Kensington Court Gardens W8.  A posthumous exhibition of her work was held at Walker’s Art Galleries, 118, New Bond Street, W1 Fri 5th – Thurs 18th June 1936.

The Times (Tues Jun 16th 1936 p 21) carried a brief report of the exhibition:
“Miss Ethel Henriques / The memorial exhibition of about 60 paintings and water-colours by the late Miss Ethel Henriques (1868-1936) at Walker’s Galleries, 118, New Bond Street, recalls a genuine talent of an undemonstrative kind.  Miss Henriques was a careful draughtswoman with an unusually good sense of tone and a taste for subtle comparisons in colour.  The bird’s-eye view of “Bedford Gardens.” “W.2,” “Flowers in a Glass Jar,” and “A Room in Gloucester Terrace” are characteristic examples of her work in oil.”  

Information provided by the artist's great nephew Reverend Dr. Oliver Simon.

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