English painter and writer. Despite his rather unexciting and flat use of paint, Collier’s strong and surprising sense of colour created a disconcerting verisimilitude in both mood and appearance, and his writings on art encourage the strictest and most literal imitation of nature.
The Death of Albine
May Agatha Veronica and Audrey the daughters of colonel Makins
Sacred and Profane Love
Marion Collier (nee Huxley)
A Glass of Wine with Caesar Borgia
The Water Nymph
The Garden Party