Connie Winn
Connie WinnEngland
Constance Agnes Winn (1888–1984) was a painter using a vivid palette.
She was born in Ewell, Surrey, of a financially secure Yorkshire family which settled in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, where Connie latterly lived with her unmarried sister, Joy.
Connie early aspired to be a concert pianist, but after breaking a leg while running down the cliffs at Dunwich she began to draw and instead concentrated on art. She studied at Chelsea Polytechnic and Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, under the admiring tutelage of Vivian Pitchforth.
The RA Summer Exhibition regularly accepted her work, but never hung it; she was a member of RI and showed at Chenil Gallery; but generally declined to sell, opening her cottage each summer showing pictures in aid of local charity.
The Connie Winn Trophy was awarded to schools at Halesworth, Butley and Kesgrave in the 1970s, to encourage “a compassionate understanding of animals.
Connie Winn A Walk in Ipswich Park

A Walk in Ipswich Park 40 x 30

Connie-Winn-3-35-x-29 Cows Grazing

Cows Grazing 35 x 29

Connie-Winn-.5-50-x-40 Siesta in the garden

Siesta in the garden 50 x 40 SOLD

Connie-Winn-.4-43-x-26 Sailing on the Alde

Sailing on the Alde 43 x 26

Connie Winn Cows in Suffolk 40 x 29

Connie Winn Cows in Suffolk 40 x 29

Connie Winn 40 x 30 Woodbridge

Woodbridge 40 x 30

Painting - Connie Winn Boats Sailing, Suffolk 37 x 28

Boats sailing, Suffolk 37 x 28

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