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Dorothy Hawksley (1884-1970)

Artist of 5 portraits
Dorothy Hawksley was a talented, yet little known, artist of the early/mid twentieth century. She was born in London, where she lived all her life, studying at the Royal Academy schools, teaching at King's College for two years, and exhibiting widely at venues including the Fine Art Society, the Paris Salon and the Royal Academy. Her work consists mainly of portraits and subject pictures in watercolour, but she also painted in tempera and oil.

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3550

Charlotte Mary Mew

by Dorothy Hawksley
watercolour, 1926
NPG 3550

4325

Sir Sydney Cockerell

by Dorothy Hawksley
pencil, 1952
NPG 4325

4357

Malcolm Osborne

by Dorothy Hawksley
chalk and watercolour, 1959
NPG 4357

4324

Sir Sydney Cockerell

by Dorothy Hawksley
watercolour, 1960
NPG 4324

x136177

Sir Sydney Cockerell

by Dorothy Hawksley
bromide print, circa 1930
NPG x136177

Place

London