The Excavation of Pompeii (Et ex Pompeiano Excavation) - Bertha Newcombe - Orientalist Painting - Large Art Prints
Bertha Newcombe (1857–1947) was an English artist and suffrage activist. Bertha Newcombe was an artist was only of minor relevance to her activism. She is listed as being in the Artist’s Suffrage League (established in 1907) – the league’s organizing committee were largely Chelsea-based female artists – but no known work was produced by Newcombe under the ASL’s auspices. An oil painting Elizabeth Garrett and Emily Davis presenting the 1866 Women's Suffrage Petition to Sir John Stuart Mill in Westminster Hall was submitted to the Royal Academy in 1910 but was not selected for exhibition. What prompted the painting is not known, and what it depicts – in the rather pedestrian style of her illustrations for romantic fiction – is not obvious.
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