The Progress of a Soul: The Victory (1902) Phoebe Anna Traquair

Via Artfinder.com

Medium: Silk and gold thread embroidered on linen | Location National Gallery of Scotland (website)
Phoebe Anna Traquair  From a commentary by Elizabeth Cumming

Phoebe Anna Traquair’s place in history is unique. She was the first important professional woman artist of modern Scotland.

To rank as such might be enough to ensure her fame, but Traquair was also a central figure within Scottish Arts and Crafts practice, working prolifically in such diverse fields as embroidery, enamelwork, leather book-cover tooling and, not least, manuscript illumination and mural decoration.

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