A large signed and dated 1917 oil on canvas by Margaret Lindsay Williams, the important Royal Academy award winning Welsh artist. Williams has the distinction of being the lone artist to have had a studio in Westminster Abbey. Along with her darkly beautiful fine art, she painted portraits of Queen Alexandria and The Prince of Wales. In 1922, amidst much hoopla, she was brought to the US to paint President Harding's portrait. This remarkable large work bears its label from a 1917 London's Royal Academy exhibition. This is an important large decorative dark masterwork from an artist of the utmost historical significance.
Artist: Margaret Lindsay Williams