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DORA HOLZHANDLER

DORA HOLZHANDLER

France
Painter in the naïve style, born France. She became a student at Anglo-French Art Centre in London in 1946. She exhibited at young contemporaries in 1949 and at Beaux Arts Gallery in mixed exhibitions, and many such exhibitions in Britain and abroad. She had a solo exhibition at Chenil Gallery in 1960, with others including a series at Langton Gallery in the 1970s, Concourse Gallery, 1984-5, Crane Kalman, 1985, Graham Modern Gallery in New York in 1986, Brighton Art Gallery and Museum. Many notable private collectors hold examples of her work. The Ben Uri Gallery held a retrospective in 2006.

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