Mary Potter (1900-1981)
Mary Potter studied at the Slade and began exhibiting in 1922.
She lived in Aldeburgh, exchanging houses at one point with Benjamin Britten and then
having a studio later in his garden at the Red House.
Her beautifully composed, muted pictures won her a wide following and her work is represented in many public collections.
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Knighton Fine Art, 2,Broad Street, Knighton, LD7 1BL. Telephone:01547 528052
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Thorpeness - Winter Light
Entrance to Garden
Boating on the Lake