Paintings donated by Rosa Branson, one of London's foremost painters.
Rosa Branson has been perfecting her skill as an accomplished oil painter for the past 59 years! This dedicated 76-year-old artist works on her art seven hours a day. She's sold over 500 paintings to collectors around the world.
Rosa painted the vast canvas in her studio in London to raise awareness of the inspiring humanitarian work of charities. Rosa has painted fourteen similar paintings for the Red Cross, the Coram Family Charity the Salvation Army and others.
After years of painting for commissions, Rosa took up painting for charity at the suggestion of Harold Sumption, then chief fund raiser for Oxfam. Her husband, who died in 1990, had left her a generous pension, allowing her to work for charity on her own terms. Thus she pays all her own travel and living expenses as well as undertaking the paintings at no cost. Rosa has been painting for more than 59 years and continues to work seven hours a day painting in her studio. In addition she makes all the frames for her paintings.
She has generously offered her valuable paintings to Iran Liberty Association to raise funds for the noble cause of the Association.
"Making Rain" - £15,000
"The Next Door Cat" - £1,000
"Chinese Monestry" - £6,000
"The White Jug" - £1,200
While we have a great admiration for Rosa Branson we are delighted to offer these paintings to be purchased by humanitarian and art loveing people thus enable Iran Liberty to promote its humanitarian goals and objectives. You can contact us by email or by phone:
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