Winifred Nicholson

Interested in painting from an early age Winifred Nicholson painted prolifically throughout her life generally in a representational style, though she experimented with abstraction in the 1930s while married to Ben Nicholson. She became renowned for her use of colour.  Her work is held in Kettles Yard Art Gallery and the Tate Gallery as well as in private collections.  www.winifrednicholson.com

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Horse Chestnut Buds and Winter Flowering Jasmine by Winifred Nicholson
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Rooks, Hyacinth and Snow by Winifred Nicholson
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Recollections by Winifred Nicholson
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Bright Autumn Sun by Winifred Nicholson
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Cumberland Flowers, 1946 by Winifred Nicholson
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Summer, 1928 by Winifred Nicholson
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Wild Flower Window Sill by Winifred Nicholson
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Flowers by Moonlight by Winifred Nicholson
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Kildonan, 1950 Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981)
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Cumberland Flowers, 1946 / Summer, 1928 from paintings by Winifred Nicholson
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View from Gavin Maxwell's, 1958/Cheeky Chicks, 1950 From oil paintings by Winifred Nicholson