Artist: Palm (Pam) Skerrett.
Title: “An Auld Jar”.
Medium: Gouache, pencil and ink.
Size of artwork: 48 cm x 36 cm.
Size including frame: 65 cm x 53 cm.
Signed by artist, lower right and titled on back.
There is also a ‘Framed by Combridge Fine Arts’ label on the back.
Framed behind glass in a white wooden frame which is in vintage condition, showing some signs of wear.
Bears the ‘Palm Skerrett Studio, 64 Dawson St, Dublin’ stamp on the back. This address was crossed out and changed to 14 South Frederick St, Dublin, indicating her change of studio address from an attic in Dawson St to a building in South Frederick St. where she painted and taught for several years.
Donated by private collector.
Irish artist, Palm (Pam) Skerrett ANCA (late 19th/ early 20th century) was a classically trained artist and art teacher who painted in an Impressionist and Modern style. She was a contemporary of early 20th century artists, Sean O’Sullivan RHA, and Muriel Brandt. A piece of her work, entitled "Emigrants" can be seen in the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin.
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