Early 20th Century still life ‘Roses’ Marion Broom


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Early 20th Century still life ‘Roses’ Marion Broom

A pretty, large 20th Century still life water colour of blooming roses in a silver bowl, signed by Marion Broom, circa 1930. In original frame under glass and with the provenance of purchase from Harrods, London art department.

Marion L Broom (1878-1962) – British floral and landscape painter, mainly in watercolour.
Born in Norfolk, she later lived in High Wycombe, Bucks. Broom was not only a talented artist but, having attended the Royal College of Music, she sang in opera for a time. Her works have been exhibited not only in Britain, but all over the world and were purchased by Queen Mary. She exhibited extensively between 1925 and 1939 – at the Royal Academy, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Cambrian Academy, Royal West of England Academy, amongst many others and was elected to the British Watercolour Society in 1924.


  • H: 58cm (22.83in)
  • W: 85cm (33.46in)



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Tania Fawcett is The Vintage Entertainer.  The daughter of two antique and fine art dealers, she grew up to the sound of the auctioneer's gavel and the smell of silver polish.

Escaping to the bright lights of London, she forged a career specialising in international luxury brands. Initially working for HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in his private office, and Couturier, Anouska Hempel, she moved to Garrard The Crown Jewellers. Here she spent as much time as she could talking to the excellent in-house experts, learning about antique jewellery and silver in particular.

At renowned PR agency, Aurelia PR, she heading up the luxury brands division as Deputy Managing Director. Collecting clients appealed to her magpie instincts and over ten years she was lucky enough to work on some of the most interesting and recognised luxury brand names in the world before moving in-house to luxury interior designers and property development managers, Candy & Candy. Here she worked on One Hyde Park and the Candy & Candy brand before moving with her family to the Cotswolds and briefly studying interior design. Happy years passed before the inevitable...

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