Elizabeth Quandt

About Artist: Was born in Oxfordshire, England on July 13 1922. Her father, Glasgow born Sir James Gunn, RA (1893 – 1964), attended drawing lessons from the age of five. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art, the Edinburgh College of Art and the Académie Julian in Paris. From 1929, Gunn devoted himself to portrait painting. painter, printmaker, and teacher, was born Elizabeth Gunn in Oxfordshire, England on July 13, 1922. Her father, Sir Herbert James Gunn, was a portrait painter to the Queen of England. Elizabeth studied at Queen Anne’s School in Reading, England. During the Second World War she met and married American William Mailliard and they moved to San Francisco, California where she enrolled at the San Francisco Art Institute in 1942.Her work was first included in an exhibition at the Library of Congress in 1944 and over the years Quandt exhibited with the San Francisco Art Association, Philadelphia Print Club, San Francisco Women Artists, California Society of Printmakers, National Academy of Design, Los Angeles Printmakers, and the Boston Printmakers. She had a solo exhibition in 1975 at the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts in San Francisco.

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