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Brian Goodison-Blanks is the Head of the Maritime and Sporting Department at Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood. He is based at Honiton in Devon.
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Review Entries for Day Friday, 22 November 2013

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood have established a strong connection with the town and community of Honiton through the Dowell Street saleroom. It is with great pleasure that we are able to offer a painting by renowned local artist Thelma Hulbert (1913-1995) in the forthcoming sale of 10th December 2013.  

 

Thelma Hulbert, Leaves: Honesty and Eucalyptus 1951

Consigned form a private collection outside the county, the still life of leaves on a dressing table has been returned home to The Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Dowell Street, Honiton, where it is currently on view prior to the sale.

Thelma Hulbert was among a group of artists that included Victor Pasmore, William Coldstream, Claude Rogers and Graham Bell and which became the Euston Road School. After the War she travelled to America, Africa and on the continent while continuing to paint in her Holland Park studio. In the 60s and early 70s she taught at the Central School of Art & Design and took part in numerous exhibitions including solo shows at the Leicester, Redfern and Marjorie Pass Galleries. She died at her home in Dowell Street in Honiton in 1995 which is now The Thelma Hulbert Gallery. Throughout her life the subjects of her paintings were still life, domestic interiors, and landscapes, many of which included the Cornish coast.

 

Deborah Smith of the Thelma Hulbert gallery has recently discovered that the painting was lent by the artist for a retrospective of her works at Whitechapel Gallery, London in October-November 1962. 
Valuation mornings will be held every Thursday at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery between 10:00am to 1:00pm. 
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