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Through the Window by Rosemary Gascoyne

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Through the Window

Artist: Rosemary Gascoyne
Title: Through the Window
Date: 1999
Medium: Oil on board
Description: 59 by 57 cm


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Not Known

Current Event: Rosemary Gascoyne 1931 - 2012


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About the Artist

Artist: Rosemary Gascoyne
Date of Birth: 1930
Date of Death: 2012
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Creetown, followed by Gatehouse of Fleet and latterly Dalry


Education:
Amersham College and Brighton


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Mentors:
Jack Smith and Chris Le Brun


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Bibliography:
Obituary, Guardian 29/08/2012


Notes:
Born in Norwich, Rosemary Gascoyne became an artist relatively late in life, having worked in the film industry.  After Amersham College, she took a degree in Fine Art at Brighton in 1981.  She moved to Dumfries and Galloway in 1993, setting first in Creetown, where she opened the Cree Gallery before moving to Gatehouse in 1996 before moving to Dalry.  Examples of her work can be found at Gracefiled Arts Centre.  For more information on the artist and her work see www.rosemarygascoyne.co.uk.