Oil on canvas
90 x 90 cm
Joan Eardley (1921 Ė1963), after whom this painting was named, trained at Glasgow School of Art under Hugh Adam Crawford and was influenced by the Scottish Colourists. Eardley set up a studio in Glasgow where she became known for her drawings and paintings of poor city children, often playing in the streets in ragged clothes. She had a unique style, developing a reputation as a highly individual, realistic and humane artist of urban life.
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