Dorothy A. Cadman

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Dorothy A. Cadman
Dorothy Cadman self portrait.jpg
Dorothy Cadman self portrait
Born 1885
Yorkshire, England
Nationality British
Education Slade School of Art
Known for Painting


Dorothy A. Cadman (fl. 1908 - 1927) was an English painter, who predominantly worked in oil and watercolour.

Life and work[edit]

It is likely that Dorothy was born in 1885 in Yorkshire, England.[1] She studied painting and drawing at the prestigious Slade School of Art between 1907–1909, taking lessons from Henry Tonks.[2] Her classmates and contemporaries at the Slade School during this period included Mark Gertler and Maxwell Gordon Lightfoot.[2] Between 1914-1916 Dorothy exhibited six paintings at the London Salon of the Allied Artists' Association which were shown in the dramatic setting of the Royal Albert Hall.[3] A small retrospective exhibition of her work was held at the Fairhurst Gallery, London, in October 1987.[4] Her work is much sought after and has been sold at major art auction houses including Christie's and Sotheby's in London.[5]

The date and place of her death is unknown.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1901 England Census
  2. ^ a b Calendar: University of London 1909
  3. ^ Johnson, J. The Dictionary of British Artists 1880-1940
  4. ^ Wood, J. Hidden Talents: A Dictionary of Neglected Artists Working 1880-1950 (Jeremy Wood, 1994)
  5. ^ Comprehensive information about artists - ARTINFO Artists Archived May 29, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.