This talk will highlight the interconnections between three prominent artists of the Women's Guild of Arts that were all close friends of Emery and Dorothy Walker; Katharine Adams, Louise Powell and Ethel Sandall.
The Women’s Guild of Arts was founded in 1907 as a reaction to the lack of professional art organisations open to female practitioners. Some of the key members of this pioneering group have a close relationship with Emery Walker’s House and their beautiful art work is represented in the collection, from intricate paintings to stunning ceramics. This talk will highlight the interconnections between three prominent artists of the Guild that were all close friends of Emery and Dorothy Walker; Katharine Adams, Louise Powell and Ethel Sandall.
Helen Elletson is Research Curator at Emery Walker’s House and also Curator of Research and Development at the William Morris Society.
This is a live zoom session, the link will be sent to attendees the day of the talk.
How to get there
The Emery Walker Trust, 7 Hammersmith Terrace, London, Greater London, W6 9TS
020 8741 4104
The Trust's expert volunteers run guided tours on Thursdays and Saturdays from the beginning of March until the end of November.
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