Isabel Rawsthorne


Isabel Rawsthorne, ‘Baboon and Child’ c.1964
Baboon and Child c.1964
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Isabel Rawsthorne (10 July 1912 – 27 January 1992), also known at various times as Isabel Nicholas, Isabel Delmer, and Isabel Lambert, was a British painter, scenery designer and occasional artists' model. During the Second World War she worked in black propaganda. She was part of and flourished in an artistic bohemian society that included Jacob Epstein, Alberto Giacometti and Francis Bacon.

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