PICTURE GALLERY

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1917-1924

A series of early sketches and a few watercolours made when Everel was aged 11 to 18.These sketches are generally small, up to A5 size maximum.

1925-1926

Art School

Everel attends the Byam Shaw Art School in London and is taught to draw in crayon and pastel.Most of these pictures are approximately A4 size.

1930s

Everelís art school work was clearly successful, and this is just a small selection of drawings that she did in the 1930s, some of which were requested by the Bookman.

1940s

Of course the Second World War intervened from 1939-1945, and Everel was also busy bringing up her two children (Jean b1940 & William b1943) in the 1940s and early 1950s.There is just one picture to view from the 1940s.

1950s

Art School

Everel returned to the Byam Shaw Art School in London, this time to learn to paint in oils.This set of paintings is entirely of art school models.

1950s

Everel starts to use her new oil painting skills now that her children are at boarding school.

1960s

This is the most prolific period of Everelís painting, concentrating on portraits but with some memorable local landscapes as well.

1970s

1980s

Whilst the quantity of Everelís paintings decreased in the few remaining years of her life, the quality remained high.

 

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