Mary Fedden...
Works in stock Mary Fedden, RA, RWA, LG (1915-2012) was one of Britain’s best known artists, noted for her still lifes, figure subjects and landscapes. She was born in Bristol and studied art at the Slade School 1932-36 under Randolph Schwabe.  She saw service in World War II in the Land Army and the Women’s Voluntary Services. In 1951 she married the artist Julian Trevelyan. Fedden exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1954, at the New English Art Club in 1943, 1944 and 1981, and at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1951 and 1956. She was elected RA in 1992 and was also an exhibitor at and member of the London Group and the Royal West of England Academy, serving as RWA President 1984-88. Mary Fedden taught at the Royal College of Art 1958-64. Her work is represented in numerous public collections, including Tate Gallery, Government Art Collection, Royal West of England Academy, Birmingham Museums, Durham University, National Gallery of New Zealand, National Museum Wales, Museums Sheffield and Southampton City Art Gallery. She lived for many years at Durham Wharf, Hammersmith, London W6.