About the artist
Winifred Nicholson (1893–1981).British artist. Winifred was related to several other painters. She was the spouse of Ben Nicholson, making her William Nicholson and Mabel Pryde's daughter-in-law, and mother to Kate Nicholson. Winifred was celebrated for her vibrant impressionistic style, often realised in oil, watercolour, gouache, and pencil, portraying domestic objects, floral subjects, and landscapes. She often included more than one subject into her work. She exhibited widely often under her maiden name, Winifred Roberts. Using the pseudonym Winifred Dacre, she showcased four abstract pieces at the 1937 Exhibition of Constructive Art in the London Gallery.