'The Swimmers' or 'Boys Bathing’ by Elsie Henderson
Elsie Henderson (1880-1967), had a Scottish father and Welsh mother. She was born in Eastbourne, study art at South Kensington and then the Slade, where she was influenced by Wilson Steer. During the war she lived with her sister on Gurnsey: In the 1920's she had Shows with Paul Nash and Pissaro and at the age of 48, she married her sisters widow Baron de Coudenhove and had her most successful period of painting. Her works were aquired by the V&A, Tate, British Museum, Plus museums in Washington and Moscow. 'Boys Bathing' oil on board 24" x 20" circa late 1940's the Sussex coast.
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