Constance Stubbs

Constance Stubbs was a nationally acclaimed artist and a longstanding member of ARTWORKS. She passed away in 2015.

Gallery (click to view)

Biography
Constance Stubbs studied at the Cheltenham School of Art and in l946 gained a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where she worked under Professor Robin Darwin and tutors including Ruskin Spear, John Minton, Carel Weight and Rodrigo Moynihan.

During her long career as an artist she was also senior lecturer at the Coloma Teacher Training College in Kent and spent a sabbatical year print-making at Croydon College of Art, as well as marrying and bringing up a young family.

Constance Stubbs became an established artist following her move to Pakenham in Suffolk, which afforded her the opportunity to develop and further her diverse talents. Her reputation rests mainly on a wonderful gift for drawing, etching and portraiture, thus combining technical virtuosity with originality of composition through her perceptive and compassionate portrayal of everyday life.

Solo Exhibitions
Anglo-Hellenic League, Athens
Blenheim Gallery, London
Brampton Gallery, London
Brunswick Gallery, London
Hammond Lloyd Gallery, London
Fairfield Halls, Croydon
Coach House Gallery, Guernsey
Classics Gallery, Newton Abbott
St. John’s Gallery, Bury St. Edmunds
Bury St. Edmunds Art Gallery
Oxford Gallery
Chappel Galleries, Colchester
John Russell Gallery Ipswich
Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich

Collections
The Late Princess Marina
Sir Hugh and Lady Cassons
Bill Wyman
Unilever
Bedfordshire Education Art Loan Scheme
Ipswich Borough Council Museums & Galleries
Pictures for Hospitals
Electra Investments Trust PLC
Numerous private collections world-wide

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