Marjorie Sherlock

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Marjorie Sherlock was a painter, etcher and draughtsman in pencil, born in Wanstead, Essex. After early education in Cambridge, She studied art under Walter Sickert and Harlold Gilman, The Camden Town Group painters, shortly before World War 1.
She also studied with Malcolm Osborne at Royal College of Art in late 1920’s and with andre Lhote in the late 1930’s.
She first exhibited at the RA in 1917.
Exhibited works include
I 4 International Society
LS 15 London Salon
G 41 Goupil Gallery
RA 4 Royal Academy
NEA 17 New English Art Club

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MARJORIE SHERLOCK (1897-1973)
Trafalgar Square from the Portico of the National Gallery
Alice Marjorie Sherlock was born in Wanstead, Essex. During World War I she studied at the Westminster Technical Institute under Walter Sickert an...
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