Collection of Fay Pomerance's exhibition catalogues, published articles about her work and c. 30 photographs of her paintings and book cover designs. Also slides, letters and postcards.
Fay Pomerance Collection
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- ReferenceGB 1086 Pomerance
- Dates of Creation1959- 1980s
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 box
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Administrative / Biographical History
Violet Fay Pomerance (1912-2001) was born Birmingham 12 June 1912; married 1936 Ben Pomerance (died 1995; one daughter); died Bristol 6 January 2001.he was an Anglo-Jewish artist born who studied at the College of Art, Birmingham from 1928-1933. She exhibited in London Shows at the Leicester, Redfern, Molton and Ben Uri Galleries; the Society of Women Artists and the Pastel Society, and other group shows in Canada and New Zealand. Works are in the collections of Hull and Staffordshire Education Committees, Gateshead and Batley Municipal Galleries, the Museums of Israel and in private collections in England, America, Israel and Australia. One of her main series of work was 'The Sphere of Redemption' a cycle that lasted over 20 years
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Description by Althea Greenan, MAKE 2002. Submitted to the Archives Hub as part of Genesis 2009 Project.