Edith Olivier on a day-bed at the Daye House, Wilton Park

Edith Olivier on a day-bed at the Daye House, Wilton Park On display: Rex Whistler Corridor
1942
By Rex Whistler

Unsigned, but inscribed on the back ‘Edith O/Sept: 12 1942’. Edith Olivier recorded in her journal that she frequently had to move during its painting to escape the dazzling sun and hence the wide-brimmed muslin hat.

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