Mary Fedden RA


Castlegate House Gallery are proud to have a number of paintings for sale from renowned British artist, Mary Fedden ranging from still life to oil paintings inspired by her trips to Tuscany.

Mary Fedden OBE, RA, was born in Bristol on 14th August 1915, studying art at the famous Slade School of Fine Arts between 1932 and 1936.

Mary Fedden became a tutor of painting at the Royal College of Art, teaching David Hockney, amongst many others. In 1951 Mary married the world renowned artist Julian Trevelyan, who was to figure regularly in her own paintings.

She spent most of her adult life living and painting at the Thames-side home she had shared with Julian since getting married. Mary sadly died in 2012, aged 96.

A wide selection of Mary Fedden’s paintings has been exhibited in many galleries such as the Redfurn, Beaux Arts Gallery and many more.

In her paintings, Mary Fedden uses a range of mediums such as watercolours and oil pastels. She mainly focuses still life and landscapes.

If you would like more information about our collection of Mary Fedden paintings for sale, please call 01900 822149

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