b. England 1888 d. Guildford, England 1940
Works   |   Exhibitions featuring Marianne Lucy Le Poer Trench ARBA
Marianne Lucy Le Poer Trench was born in England to a County Galway family, was a landscape painter and teacher. She studied at the Slade and exhibited  regularly from 1920 at the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA), Royal College of Art (RCA), Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA), Royal Scottish Academy (RSA), the Royal Academy (RA) among others, becoming an Associate, Royal Society of British Artists in 1926. 

She painted, exhibited and sold a number of pictures of St. James’s and Buckingham Palace in 1937, the year of the coronation of George V. She died single in 1940, having maintained house for her father a bank manager in Surrey.

The artist, by coincidence, is a member of the the Galway branch of the family of the late C.E.F. Trench (1909 - 2005) founding secretary to the Drogheda Municipal Collection (1946 - 1962).
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