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Conversations with Constance is a celebration
of the life of Constance Howard MBE by Jean Littlejohn and Jan Beaney and is part
of the series authored by Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn. This
amazing woman was the foremost pioneer of creative embroidery in England. Her
well-known green hair and talent established her as a "national treasure".
Conversations with Constance
Author: Jan Beaney, Jean Littlejohn
Page size: 8" X 12"
Publisher: Double Trouble Enterprises
Cover: Soft Cover
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Few People in the field of visual arts could be unaware of
Constance Howard's deserved reputation as the foremost pioneer of creative embroidery
in Great Britain in the twentieth century.
Our intention was to represent
her life with emphasis on her memories and her own perceptions of the context
in which she lived her life. She was looking forward to seeing it in print and
we know that she would have loved all the celebrations that were being planned
for the special birthday of a woman whose life almost spanned the twentieth century.
Table of Contents
|Beginnings: an Uphill Struggle||1||Constance
|The Royal College of Art||3||Constance
in her Studio||18|
|Cardiff Art School 1935-1937||4||And