Ambrose McEvoy Telegraph Article 'The Rolls-Royce driving artist who painted the Bright Young Things of the 1920s' by Mark Hudson of the Telegraph

November 2019
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'The 25-year-old socialite, who, as Lady Diana Cooper, became one of the most famous It Girls of the Twenties, stood with one arm raised in an image that nodded to classic English portraiture of the Gainborough-Reynolds ilk, while exuding a brash “film star” allure. Dubbed by its subject as “The Call to Orgy”, it was an image that seemed to summon the world to the great party of the Jazz Age, a good half decade before it actually started...'

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