Mary Fedden was a British artist who taught painting at the Royal College of Art – David Hockney was actually one of her pupils. i feel like you can see her influence on him in her painting style, which by the looks of it might be classified as “naive art”, though Fedden did actually study Fine Arts herself (her background was set painting). her work can be seen at the Tate. also, she loved cats!

Still Life with Fig and Pineapple, 1991
Still Life with Fig and Pineapple, 1991
Cat on a Rug, 2005
Cat on a Rug, 2005
Windowsill Still Life, 1993
Windowsill Still Life, 1993
Mauve Still Life 1968 by Mary Fedden born 1915
Mauve Still Life 1968 by Mary Fedden born 1915
A Slice of Melon, 1990
A Slice of Melon, 1990
Three Cherries, 2000
Three Cherries, 2000
Orange Poppies, 1989
Orange Poppies, 1989
Tabby With Flowers, 1989
Tabby With Flowers, 1989
Still Life With Jug, 1995
Still Life With Jug, 1995
Sleeping Cat
Sleeping Cat
Sheep, 1986
Sheep, 1986
Still Life, 1985
Still Life, 1985
Red Still Life, 1967
Red Still Life, 1967
Black Bottle, 2009
Black Bottle, 2009
The Etching Table 1971 by Mary Fedden born 1915
The Etching Table 1971 by Mary Fedden born 1915

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