Wendela Boreel...
Works in stock Wendela Boreel, ARE, NS (1895-1985) was a painter in oil and watercolour of figures, landscapes and urban scenes, and an accomplished printmaker in etching, aquatint and lithography. She was born at Pau, Basses-Pyrenees, France, and studied art under Tonks at the Slade School 1911-14, at the West­minster School of Art under Walter Sickert, and at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. She became a close associate and confidante of Sickert, who established her in a studio in Mornington Crescent, Camden Town, and he gave her instruction in etching. Boreel exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1923 and 1938, and at the New English Art Club in 1920. She was elected an associate of the Royal Society of Painter Etchers in 1923 and later became a member of the National Society of Painters, Sculptors & Gravers.  Her work is represented in the Government Art Collection and in the Victoria & Albert Museum. Later in life she moved from London to live in the Alpes-Maritimes region of France.