Helen Bradley was born in Lees, Lancashire and did not begin painting until her sixties.
1) The Church Outing; 2) We have arrived at Central Station... ; 3) A summer afternoon, Blackpool; 4) Miss, said the policeman...; 5) One summers day we went on a trip to New Brighton by Helen Bradley, 1, 3) 1967; 2) 1969; 45) 1972
© The artist's estate
- Oil on board
- 1.) 49 x 79.5 cm; 2.) 66 x 96.5 cm; 3.) 82.5 x 129 cm; 4.) 57 x 47 cm; 5.) 42.5 x 53.5 cm
- Acquired in:
- Bequeathed by:
- Elizabeth Jewell through The Art Fund
Many of her paintings are autobiographical, depicting events from her Edwardian childhood, and accompanied by a short written narrative. These five works greatly strengthen Gallery Oldham's holdings of this very popular local artist. Kindly donated by Derek and Elizabeth Jewell who were avid collectors of Helen Bradleys work and enjoyed an extended correspondence with the artist, commissioning several works directly from her.
The artist; Mrs Elizabeth Jewell.
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