Artist Margaret Gere: The Staffordshire Ornament, circa 1910

Artist Margaret Gere (1878-1965): The Staffordshire Ornament, circa 1910

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Margaret Gere (1878-1965):
The Staffordshire Ornament, circa 1910
Framed (ref: 10886)

Oil on glass in a stepped silver gessoed frame of the artists own design

6.7 x 4.8 in. (17 x 12.3 cm)

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Provenance: John Redman

Literature: Llewellyn, Sacha, and Paul Liss. Portrait of an Artist. Liss Llewellyn, 2021, p.27.

Margaret Gere and her sister Edith were known as 'the masterful Miss Geres'. Although a versatile artist, of figure scenes, portraits, and landscapes, Gere’s domestic interiors are amongst her most engaging works, offering an intimate account of her artistic vision.

Exhibited: Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museums, Margaret Gere Exhibition, catalogue no. B10(i), 21 January - 3 March 1984;

John Redman lived with the Payne and Gere families in their Cotswold home during the 2nd World War from 1940 to 1944. This home was a constant visiting location for a number of important artists and writers including Sir Stanley Spencer, Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf, Sir William Rothenstein, George Bernard Shaw, John Betjeman and many others.  Redman  collected a comprehensive range of the Payne and Gere families works through a lifetime's friendship with Edward R. Payne (1906-1991), the Payne's second son of three and also an artist.