Doris Hatt Exhibition
Date: 16 Mar 2019 - 29 Jun 2019
Location: The Museum of Somerset
Contact: Angela Wilcox
Taunton TA1 4AA
The 20th-century artist Doris Hatt (1890–1969) was described in her lifetime as ‘an artist of distinction’ who pursued her own path ‘with delicate modesty and with an artist’s curiosity and conscience.’
She was also a woman ahead of her time – a feminist and socialist whose remarkable life and work have remained surprisingly little known.Doris was a Somerset pioneer of British modernism. She exhibited her vibrant works over almost five decades, beginning in 1920, and contributed to many exhibitions in the South West.
Doris’s painting style developed over time as she absorbed the major influences of 20th-century modernism, including cubism, purism, abstraction and the works of Cézanne, Picasso, Braque, Dufy and Léger. Her work includes portraiture, still lifes and landscapes.
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