Goodbye Joe, hullo Edith

The latest and last episode from my father’s diary entries about Hasmonean will shortly be up.

Rather shamefully and excessively belatedly, it occured to me that my mother also warrants some online recording.

Her talent was painting. Again, I am ashamed to say that I took little notice and made almost no effort to find out about her history generally and specifically regarding her paintings. All I know is that she took classes at Toynbee Hall. I need to research more to pinpoint a date. She was born in 1922, so I assume she did most of her classes (and hence, most of her output) in the immediate post-war period.

In due course I will also upload photos of her paintings and try to add to what little information I already have.

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