Lucy Dickens

Great-great granddaughter of the famous writer Charles, Lucy Dickens began her career as a full-time artist in 1990. Ater a spell as fashion stylist for Condé Nast, she became a freelance illustrator, working for the Financial Times, Vogue, Brides, Harper’s Bazaar and Tatler. She began to paint while writing and illustrating a series of children’s books.
Lucy takes enormous pleasure in observing and recording London life, with a gently satirical take on her subjects. She loves the glitter and the gold of grand hotels like the Ritz, Piccadilly, where the waiters, the porters and the barmen quietly attend to the orders of lipsticked, blue-lidded ladies in body-con frocks with blow-dries and high heels.
From April 26th – May 4th, 2016
The Osborne Studio Gallery, Belgravia, London, UK

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