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Anna Zinkeisen (1901-1976), Painter

Anna Katrina Zinkeisen

Sitter in 10 portraits
Artist of 2 portraits
Portrait painter and muralist. Anna Zinkeisen won a scholarship to the Royal Academy Schools from Harrow School of Art, and in 1920 and 1921 she won the Landseer Award. She later worked for Wedgwood as a ceramics designer. With her sister Doris, Anna contributed murals to the passenger liners the Queen Mary and the Queen Elizabeth. She later specialised in pathological and clinical drawing and during the Second World War she worked in the mornings in the casualty ward at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, and painted in a disused operating theatre in the afternoons.

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P1839

Anna Zinkeisen

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, January 1936
NPG P1839

5884

Anna Zinkeisen

by Anna Katrina Zinkeisen
oil on canvas, circa 1944
NPG 5884

x29817

Anna Zinkeisen

by Madame Yevonde
bromide print on velvet card mount, 1936
NPG x29817

x13174

Anna Zinkeisen

by Madame Yevonde
bromide print, 1936
NPG x13174

x32916

Anna Zinkeisen

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print, circa 1943
NPG x32916

Ax39659

Anna Zinkeisen

by Francis Goodman
bromide contact print, late 1940s
NPG Ax39659

x131949

Anna Zinkeisen; Sally Ann Howes

by Tom Blau
modern bromide print from original negative, 1948
NPG x131949

x184066

Anna Zinkeisen

by Barratt's Photo Press Ltd
bromide press print, October 1948
NPG x184066

x135962

Julia Heseltine; Anna Zinkeisen

by Tom Blau, for Camera Press
bromide print, 1955
NPG x135962

x35383

Anna Zinkeisen

by Yousuf Karsh
bromide print, 1956
NPG x35383

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