Edna Ginesi c.1926-7
Leeds, United Kingdom
|Died||2000 (aged 97–98)|
|Education||Leeds College of Art, Royal College of Art|
Edna Ginesi (1902–2000) was a British artist of distant Italian ancestry.
Ginesi was born in Leeds and studied at the Leeds College of Art and then the Royal College of Art. In 1924 she won a travelling scholarship and visited France, Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands. From 1929 she exhibited with the London Group and in 1933 became a member. Her first solo exhibition was in 1932 at the Zwemmer Gallery. In 1930 she became a member of the Twenties Group, founded by Lucy Wertheim.
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