Painted on a cruise ship while travelling to Jamaica, this colourful still life records the daily activities and interests of the artist - playing darts, ping pong, bingo and a beautiful collection of shells either bought or found.
In the 1930s, when she was still in her early twenties, Suzanne Cooper was one of the rising stars of British art. A student of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art, her work has been overlooked for decades, but following a number of exhibitions in 2018 this forgotten figure of British Modernism is receiving the recognition due to her.
This is a limited edition giclée print printed on 300gsm Xpression textured archival paper. Edition size limited to 750 copies. Image size 36 × 43.3 cm, paper size 50 × 60 cm - Please note: If you are thinking of framing this print - please wait for the print to arrive before having the frame and mount made as slight variations in sizing can occur.