Flourished: 1935-1940
Green Line

Image size: 20 × 13 inches (51 × 33 cm)
Hand made frame

Commissioned by Green Line 1938
Private Collection


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Green Line was part of London Transport running coach services to towns and villages outside of London.

Hazel Bruce Dunlop mainly painted portraits.She was born in Borneo and studied at the Slade School of Fine Art with Henry Tonks, Philip Wilson Steer and Randolph Schwabe.

She was married to the artist Francis Edwin Hodge, member of the United Society of Artists, with which she showed, also with Society of Women Artists, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Academy of Arts and Paris Salon. She lived in London.