Dorothy CokeBrighton pier during the war, c.1943  

 DOROTHY COKE - Brighton and Beyond

Exhibition at the Art Workers' Guild

6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT

Monday 24th-Saturday 29th November 2014

Moore-Gwyn Fine Art in association with Jennings Fine Art present the first exhibition dedicated to the work of the Brighton artist Dorothy Coke. Trained at the Slade, Coke was the first woman war artist to be considered for work during World War One aged only seventeen. This exhibition centres on views of her home town of Brighton in both War and peace.

Also on display at the show will be a set of hand-coloured lithographic proofs by Enid Marx for her popular Wartime book "Nelson, Kite of the King's Navy" and work by Thomas Hennell, Barnett Freedman, Norman Clark and John Nash.

A fully illlustrated catalogue is available on request. Please see the future events page of the website for more information.

For more information please contact Harry Moore-Gwyn:

( / 07765 966 256)

 P.O. Box 293 , Lechlade GL7 3WG Tel: 07765 966 256