(1903 - 1996)
Ray Howard-Jones was active/lived in United Kingdom. Ray Howard Jones is known for painting, wartime drawing, wartime painting.
Biography Ray Howard-Jones
Rosemary Howward-Jones was born in 1903.
Rosemary "Ray" Howard-Jones studied at the Slade School of Art in London in 1920, graduating four years later and held her first solo exhibition at the Bloomsbury Gallery in 1935.
Her wartime drawings and paintings, some commissioned by the War Artists' Advisory Committee, including D-Day preparation scenes at Penarth and Cardiff Docks were censored during the war and are now held at the Imperial War Museum and the National Army Museum.
After the war, she along with her partner the photographer Raymond Moore, became resident summer caretakers at Skomer Island, off the Pembrokeshire coast for nine seasons, painting many land and seascapes there.
Ray Howard-Jones passed away in 1996.
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