Audrey Dallas-Simpson was one of the most successful commercial artists of the 1960s and she achieved her phenomenal success mainly through sales of prints of her work which, at the height of her fame, literally sold in their millions, rivalling sales of other popular print artists of the period such as Tretchikoff. Mostly she signed her work Dallas-Simpson, but she also painted under a number of pseudonyms including Emma Louise, Audrey, and Kelita with a subtle change of style in the painting but with the same subject matter. Dallas-Simpson was originally from London, and moved with her husband in the mid 1960's to live by the sea in a mobile home in Lancing, West Sussex. The two worked as a team, with her husband helping to prime her canvases. She was also known to paint directly on board.
Her images of big eyed urchin children remain fresh and instantly recognisable. At the height of her popularity in the late 60's many millions of reproductions of her work were sold and are again extremely popular with the rising interest in retro and kitsch.

Dimensions: 465 x 560H mm

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A print of C. 1960’s Kitsch Artwork Signed by Audrey Dallas-Simpson