Margaret Souttar (1914 – 1987)
Trinity Hall, Cambridge II
56 x 65 cm cm
Souttar was a Scottish painter and printmaker known for her town- and cityscapes. In the early 1960s, she was commissioned to produce a series of prints of the Cambridge colleges. She captures the modernity and optimism of 1960s Cambridge; the fact that a female artist was commissioned to create the prints reflects the changing attitudes of the University towards women. Trinity Hall was one of the first Cambridge colleges to admit women as students – it did not do so until 1976.6.
Provenance: the artist’s studio sale.
Condition: generally very good, some crinkling as a result of using water-based paints on thin paper.
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