Winifred Knights



This site is administered by Sacha Llewellyn.


Sacha administers copyright for Winifred Knights on behalf of the artist’s estate. Images for academic and personal use are provided on request free of charge. Please contact me for all matters relating to copyright clearance.

 

Sacha studied history of art at the University of East Anglia and at the Courtauld Institute of Art. In 1995, along with Paul Liss, she founded Liss Llewellyn Fine Art. Specialising in British Interwar Modernism, she has been responsible for many themed and in-focus exhibitions and catalogues, as well as lecturing widely on the subject. A particular area of interest is the first generation of Rome Scholars which has resulted in two exhibitions at the British School at Rome, Winifred Knights in 1995 and Sir Thomas Monnington in 1997, and more recently on Alan Sorrell for the Sir John Soane's Museum (2013). She is the guest-curator of Winifred Knights 1899-1947 which will open on 8 June at Dulwich Picture Gallery.


Awards:

2015: 

Evelyn Dunbar (1906-1960) The Lost Works 
Included in The Guardian’s choice of best books of 2015.

Nominated for the William MB Berger Prize for British Art History.


2014: 

The Great War; as Recorded through the Fine and Popular Arts 
Morley Gallery in association with Liss Llewellyn Fine Art

Nominated for the William MB Berger Prize for British Art History.

Alan Sorrell: The Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist
(Bristol, Sansom & Co,), Co-edited with Richard Sorrell.  
Chosen one of the best art books of 2013 by Brian Sewell. 
Nominated for the William MB Berger Prize for British Art History.


2013: 

British Murals and Decorative Painting 1920-1960, (Bristol, Sansom & Co.), Alan Powers (Ed.), Texts on Winifred Knights - The Deluge, 1920, and Colin Gill - Allegro 1921.

Nominated for the William MB Berger Prize for British Art History.

 

 




Self-Portrait


 


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