Alison Helen ROSE
Born in Edinburgh, she studied at Heatherley's and in Penzance, Cornwall in the mid-1920s, possibly with FORBES. Initially her address was given as Maen Cottage, Newlyn, but by 1931 she had moved to Paul. She exhibited at Lanham's as early as 1928 and Arthur HAYWARD's Shore Studio in the early 1930s.
A portrait of the artist by Midge BRUFORD was exhibited at SWA in 1928.
Painter of landscapes, principally in oils
works and access
Likenesses of the artist: portrait by Midge BRUFORD (exhibited SWA 1928)
Works include: Tranquil Evening (1937); Spring Symphony (1937)
Goupil; NAG March 1926, July 1926, December 1926, March 1927, Spring 1937; NEAC; RA (5) 1927-35; RSA; SWA; St Ives 1927-35; Lanham's 1928; Shore Studio early 1930s; STISA 1945, 1947 (SA) and 1947 (W) Touring Shows
STISA: 1927-1945; NSA
The Cornishman 24 Mar 1926, 31 Mar 1926, 7 Jul 1926, 8 Dec 1926
Western Morning News March 1927
Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn/Diary; (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p366)
Johnson & Greutzner
Newlyn Exhibition records (WCAA)
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash;