Object number

LDVAL 3678/10




Portrait of ?Gina?, black and red conte, ink & wash. Mounted on card. Fyffee Christie was former art teacher at Barking Abbey School. It was here that he produced the largest body of his work. He died in 1979. This picture was one of 2 hundred given by Christie's wife to be used in an exhibition at the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood which were sold to raise money for children's charities.

Physical description

Picture of a young Asian girl leaning sideways onto a chair. She is looking to her left, has her right arm over the top of the chair, and her fingers entwined. She has her hair in bunches and is wearing a grey cardigan.




Ink and Wash


Whole length: 673mm
width: 356mm

Collection type

Art, The Fyffe Christie Collection

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