Monet in Mind – Emily Beatrice Bland

Posted: 25th June 2021

Humber Museums Partnership - Monet in Mind – Emily Beatrice Bland

Emily Beatrice BLAND
b.1864 – d.1951
The Almond Tree 1920s
Oil on board

The Almond Tree is exhibited in the Monet in Mind exhibition at Ferens Art Gallery 17 May – 4 July 2021.
Acclaimed for still life, landscapes and flower paintings, Emily Beatrice Bland was born in Lincoln and had a prolific exhibiting career.
Her preferred subject was floral still life, but she is remembered for her fresh and inviting landscapes, inspired by travels across Europe.
Fiercely independent throughout her life, Bland was known as the most popular of her artist cohort at the Slade School of Fine Art.

Take 5 minutes out of your day for a relaxing tour around Emily Beatrice Blands’ ‘The Almond Tree’
This film was created by the Future Ferens as part of the Monet in Mind exhibition which focuses on the importance of mindfulness and reflection in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Monet in Mind showcases the creative talents of the Future Ferens, a group of young curators, marketers and creatives, aged 16-25 years old, who are all passionate about art.