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7th July 2022

Grace Golden was born in East London and studied art at Chelsea School of Art under J. D. Revel 1920-23, then at the Royal College of Art under William Rothenstein and also at the Regent Street Polytechnic. She exhibited six works at the Royal Academy from 1936-40, firstly from an address in Mornington Crescent in London NW1 and then from Parkway, also in NW1. She also exhibited at The Fine Art Society and The Leicester Galleries. During World War II she was commissioned to produce paintings of important buildings and landmarks, mainly in London. Her work is represented in several public collections, including The Tate Gallery, The Imperial War Museum, The Postal Museum, and Southwark Art Collection.  Thos drawing is called 'Ladies Fitting Room'.

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