Large abstract painting by kay faithful (1930-1999)

Code: P178

We have been lucky enough to have sourced 70 paintings from the artist’s collection.

This piece is a large abstract painting in acrylic housed in a gold coloured metal frame. Signed bottom left. In addition, the verso shows her name and her home town Canberra, Austrailia. It also states the title of the painting as “RED BENCH”.

Late 20th Century.

Good condition.

Approximate dimensions framed: W:73cm H:93cm D:3.5cm

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Painter, born in Greenock, Renfrewshire, who after a traumatic World War II trained as a nurse and midwife, then married Will Faithful, a Cornish civil engineer. They lived in Bermuda, the Middle East, Cyprus and Jamaica before moving to Canberra, Australia, in 1972, where she was able to concentrate on painting. In 1987, she held her first major exhibition of 30 large works, The Barrier Reef Series, at Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries, Sydney, followed by others at the Eltham and Rathdowne Street Galleries, Melbourne. In 1991 Faithful visited the United Kingdom and the continent for her first overseas exhibitions. Australian Landscapes – Visual Reflections, 29 paintings, was shown in Glasgow, Greenock and at the Australian Embassy, Paris.