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'For lo, winter is past'
© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Derby Museums

'For lo, winter is past' 1963

Marion Elizabeth Adnams (1898–1995)

Derby Museums

Marion Adnams initially trained as a modern languages teacher; however, woodcuts she made while travelling in Europe during the 1920s received significant praise when she exhibited them at Derby Art Gallery, prompting her to re-train at Derby School of Art during the 1930s. She qualified as an art teacher in 1938 and in 1946 she became Head of Art at Derby Diocesan Training College.

Text source: LISS LLEWELLYN


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