Trekkie Margery Tulip Ritchie Parsons (Province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 1902 - Lewes 1995)
Plywood and softwood, paint
1835 x 640 x 425 mmOrder this image
Monk's House, Rodmell, East Sussex (Accredited Museum)
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Upright painted cupboard, the door having two panels, the upper decorated with turquoise female head in profile, the lower having a turquoise male head in profile, both framed with hatched oval panels and geometric borders; the white stiles painted with an orange wavy line dissected at regular intervals by 3 lines. The left-hand side panel painted with a green half naked African woman, her hips and legs draped with a white sheet, standing on three books, above an oval panel painted with the initials "L.S.W." all in a hatched geometric frame. The stiles and simple moulded cornice painted white. Painted by Trekkie Parsons, circa 1950 (?).
Makers and roles
Trekkie Margery Tulip Ritchie Parsons (Province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 1902 - Lewes 1995) , artist