Herry Perry, 1893-1962
Simple name : Person: artist
Collection : People
Reference number : 1996/5099
Fullname : Heather Perry
Preferred name : Herry Perry
Biography : Heather Perry studied at the London School of Arts and Crafts where she specialised in wood carving, though she became a designer of posters, pub signs and playing cards. Amongst the books she illustrated was 'Entertaining with Elisabeth Craig' in 1933. She contributed verse to Punch. (Riddell 1995)
Date of birth : 1893
Date of death : 1962
Role : Artist
Education :
  • London School of Arts and Crafts
Employment :
  • Designed posters for the Underground Group and London Transport : 1928-1937
Record completeness :
Record 37% complete

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