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Amy Drucker, For He Had Great Possessions, 1932


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Amy Drucker, For He Had Great Possessions, 1932
Oil on canvas

Amy Drucker was born in London in 1873. She studied in Lambeth and had a studio in Bloomsbury. She travelled widely in the Far East. South America and in Abyssinia and spent some months in Palestine, in 1920.

Other examples of works by Amy Drucker in the Ben Uri collection
In the pack:
For He Had Great Possessions
Signed and dated 1932
Oil on canvas
49 x 60 cm

Other examples in the collection:
The Village of Dor, Palestine
Mixed media
18.5 x 28.5 cm

Portrait of a Man with a White Neckscarf
44.5 x 32.5 cm

16th Feb 2011

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