Google+
We offer free postage and packing Worldwide on all our paintings bought on line. (Excluding Russia due to customs restrictions). Interest Free Payments Available.
From 9th March 2017 a number of our paintings will be on display at the Hadrian Hotel, Wall, Hexham to view and purchase.

« Back to previous page

Florence Hardy (1860 - 1933)

The Fisherwomen

Move your cursor over large image to view more detail

  • The Fisherwomen - 1

A successful portrait, genre and still life painter in all media and became a member of the Pastel Society in 1898. One of her paintings was purchased by Queen Alexandra.

Watercolour       14" x 12 1/4"        signed. 

Sold!

Please check our website for other paintings by Florence Hardy (1860 - 1933)

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Florence Hardy (1860 - 1933)

Florence Hardy. 1860-1933. Born Nottingham, settled in London after studying Art in Geneva, Berlin and Paris, where she won a bronze medal. She was a successful portrait, genre and still life painter in all media and became a member of the Pastel Society in 1898. One of her paintings was purchased by Queen Alexandra. She exhibited widely, including the Royal Academy, London, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Scottish Academy, Nottingham Art Gallery, Manchester City Art Gallery, Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham, and many others.

Artwork Tags: British | Figures | Genre | Industrial | Watercolour

« Back to top of page