Painter, printer and illustrator Ruth Collet (née Salaman) was part of the Salaman family of painters and studied at the Slade School of Art under Henry Tonks and Philip Wilson Steer, as well as in Paris with S W Hayter and in London with Kathleen Browne and Marian Kratochwil. Before her marriage to musician Robert Collet, she was much associated with the East London Group, she went on to exhibit with the London Group, the Royal Academy, New English Art Club, the Royal Society of British Artists and the Society of Women Artists. She had three major exhibitions at Ben Uri in 1950 (with Adele Reifenberg and Julius Rosenbaum), in 1970 (with Lottie Reizenstein and Frances Baruch) and in 1978, entitled 'The Spice of Life' (with Margaret Levinson). Her work was influenced by Chardin, Daumier and Samuel Palmer.
4 work/s by this artist from the collection are shown below. For a more detailed record and image please click on the link.