Winifred Knights, [Portrait of] Anna Fryer, 1920, oil on canvas, 50.8 x 40.7 cm (UCL Art Museum)

Winifred Knights, [Portrait of] Anna Fryer, 1920, oil on canvas, 50.8 x 40.7 cm (UCL Art Museum)

E. M. Forster by Dora Carrington   National Portrait Gallery, London Date painted: 1920 Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 40.6 cm Collection: National Portrait Gallery, London Carrington's portrait of Forster was achieved without a sitting. It was much admired by Henry Lamb who wrote to her: 'I think there is something so very good about your head of Forster'.

E. M. Forster by Dora Carrington National Portrait Gallery, London Date painted: 1920 Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 40.6 cm Collection: National Portrait Gallery, London Carrington's portrait of Forster was achieved without a sitting. It was much admired by Henry Lamb who wrote to her: 'I think there is something so very good about your head of Forster'.

"Self-Portrait" by William Oliphant Hutchison (1889–1970), seated with palette in his art studio #workspace. #atelier #arthistory

"Self-Portrait" by William Oliphant Hutchison (1889–1970), seated with palette in his art studio #workspace. #atelier #arthistory

Winifred Knights:   In 1920, she became the first woman in England to win the prestigious Scholarship in Decorative Painting awarded by the British School at Rome. Her prize-winning entry The Deluge (Tate Gallery, London).

Winifred Knights: In 1920, she became the first woman in England to win the prestigious Scholarship in Decorative Painting awarded by the British School at Rome. Her prize-winning entry The Deluge (Tate Gallery, London).

Self Portrait by Orlando Greenwood Collection: Towneley Hall Art Gallery & Museum

Self Portrait by Orlando Greenwood Collection: Towneley Hall Art Gallery & Museum

'Portrait of a Negress' by British artist William Patrick Roberts. The model for 'The Creole', as it was titled then was Londoner Mrs Helène Yelin, who also posed for a bust by Epstein of 1919.

'Portrait of a Negress' by British artist William Patrick Roberts. The model for 'The Creole', as it was titled then was Londoner Mrs Helène Yelin, who also posed for a bust by Epstein of 1919.

Portrait Study, Italy by Neil Dallas Brown Collection: University of Dundee, Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection

Portrait Study, Italy by Neil Dallas Brown Collection: University of Dundee, Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection

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