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On the encouragement of William Heinemann Bianco and de la Mare collaborated on a book of children’s poems entitled Flora, published in 1919.
She held a second exhibition at the Leicester Galleries in 1920 and by this date she had already developed her style and was moving away from the detailed pen and ink work of her first exhibition and was painting still lifes and landscapes and experimenting with tempera and other mediums. This second Leicester Gallery exhibition was again a great success and resulted in her meeting her next most important patron, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, who purchased two of her drawings. Bianco moved to the USA in 1921 where she lived and worked for the rest of her life.
|Height||13.00 cm||(5.12 inches)|
|Width||8.50 cm||(3.35 inches)|
|External Height||33.50 cm||(13.19 inches)|
|External Width||25.50 cm||(10.04 inches)|