Wright, Ethel (Mrs. Ethel Barclay) (1866-1939) by Scholes, Robert

Ethel (Mrs. Ethel Barclay) Wright (1866 – 1939) She was born in London and became a part time student in the studio of Seymour Lucas, before going, on the advice of Solomon Solomon, to study at Julian’s in Paris. Returning to London, she painted portraits, landscapes, and allegorical images of women, exhibiting regularly at the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, usually as Ethel Wright, though she married in the nineties. The MJP would be pleased to learn more about Ethel Wright and locate more images of her work.

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