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Maria Petrie (née Zimmern)


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Artist of 2 portraits

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G.K. Chesterton, by Maria Petrie (née Zimmern) - NPG 3240

G.K. Chesterton

by Maria Petrie (née Zimmern)
bronze bust, 1926
NPG 3240

Aldous Huxley, by Maria Petrie (née Zimmern) - NPG 5282

Aldous Huxley

by Maria Petrie (née Zimmern)
bronze head, 1959
NPG 5282

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kevin edwin wadsworth

24 July 2016, 18:46

Having one of her portrait paintings i researched her background and eventually found her own hand written account of her life ,a full length book held by a distant family member in Cambridge,full of references to many well known artists and celebrities whom she knew in Paris, London and later in California.absolutely fascinating insight into this epoch and the life of a woman artist.

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