Jean Inglis (1884 - 1959)

Born in Kensington in 1884, Jean Inglis was a prolific painter of both landscapes and portraits. She studied under Henry Tonks and Philip Wilson Steer at the Slade School of Art.

In 1928, Inglis exhibited at the Paris Salon, where she received an honourable mention. During the Second World War, she took part in Recording Britain, a scheme which commissioned British artists on the home front to create a visual record of the changing British landscape.

1 Object by Jean Inglis