Evelyn Dunbar rediscovered

The only salaried female Official War Artist during WW2 Evelyn Dunbar has recently been 'rediscovered' thanks to Antiques Roadshow!  An exhibition of her work is at the Pallant House Gallery


Evelyn Dunbar, Men Stooking and Girls Learning to Stook, 1940, oil on canvas, private collection|© The Artist's Estate / Christopher Cambell-Howes
Evelyn Dunbar, Men Stooking and Girls Learning to Stook, 1940, oil on canvas, private collection © The Artist's Estate / Christopher Cambell-Howes
Evelyn Dunbar, “Portrait of Flying Officer Roger Folley RAFVR” (1944) (courtesy the artist’s estate and Liss Llewellyn Fine Art)
Evelyn Dunbar, “Portrait of the artist’s mother, Florence” (1930), oil on canvas (© the artist’s estate, courtesy of Liss Llewellyn Fine Art)

Evelyn Dunbar, Self portrait, 1930, Pencil and watercolour on paper|© The Artist's Estate, courtesy of Liss Llewellyn Fine Art
Evelyn Dunbar, Self portrait, 1930, Pencil and watercolour on paper © The Artist's Estate, courtesy of Liss Llewellyn Fine Art

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