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Marguerite Kelsey 1928 Marguerite Kelsey 1928, painted in the artist's studio in St John's Wood. The magnolias had to be painted extremely fast as they did not long retain their form. At the Tate Gallery retrospective Marguerite was the only still-living sitter represented in the exhibition who had not been traced. On seeing reviews she contacted the Gallery and Meredith Frampton. More (very interesting) detail about the painting here.

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