Dorothy Dix
Simple name : Person: artist
Collection : People
Reference number : 1996/4815
Fullname : Dorothy Dix
Biography : Dorothy Dix was a landscape painter. She met George Dix when a student at art school. He later designed the large ceramic map at Victoria Station and went on to teach art. In 1931 she exhibited 'Evening in a Cotswold village' and in 1947 'Winter cheer' in the Royal Academy Summer exhibition. She lived in Wandsworth, London.
Role : Artist
Employment :
  • Designed posters for the Underground Group : 1922
Record completeness :
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