Ash Island of Scott sisters
About the artwork:
This painting celebrates the work of Helena and Harriet Scott, who moved to Ash Island in 1846 with their family. The sisters were most excellent natural history illustrators at a time when women were excluded from formal education. Their works remain as outstanding examples in their chosen field and is routinely referred to by contemporary students of natural history illustration.
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61 x 92cm
Acrylic on Canvas
About the artist:
I have lived in Islington area more than 15 years now.
I have developed my life with family and also great social world.
These 10 years I have been painting many local scenes.