Head of a Woman

Grant, James A.

A striking portrait of an unknown woman. A painter and etcher, born in Liverpool, Grant studied at Liverpool School of Art and in London and Paris. He moved to London in 1913 and exhibited at the Royal Academy and the New England Art Club. He became Vice-Principal of the LCC Central School of Art and Crafts. His subject matter was mostly figure and portrait studies. His Head of a Woman, in pastel, was bought by the LACF in 1930.



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