Annabelle Lucy Lee is an artist, art historian and art educator.
Annabelle studied and researched art history at The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London (1st class honours BA History of Art, July 2018). Her research focused on late-Renaissance Italian female artists, considering their self-portrayal through allegory at the turn of the 17th century. Annabelle also researched the history of paint production and the portrayal of women in paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites in the 19th century. Artists and artworks from the 14th to the 21st centuries inspire and inform her artistic practice. Annabelle continues to carefully study art history, considering light, space, composition, technique, narrative and colour in paintings from a variety of periods to create contemporary abstract paintings saturated with meaning.
Annabelle achieved a PGCE with QTS in Art & Design (2020) from the University of Cambridge. She has taught art in a variety of contexts in the UK, France, and India, to children aged 5-18; for charities including those supporting children and refugees; in UK schools including art classes for pupils with SEND; in galleries and museums and at summer events.
Commissions and exhibition opportunities are welcome.
Some artworks are for sale. Please do not hesitate to get in contact: email@example.com
St Peter's Church, Oundle, July 2019.
Exhibition Summer Ball in aid of Leprosy Mission, Victoria Hall, Oundle. 2018.
Collective Art Exhibition, The Yarrow Gallery, Oundle. 2015.