The Women of Laura Knight And Her Undying Loyalty For Marginalised Communities.

By Abir Pothi

In 92 years of her existence, one can primarily call Dame Laura Knight an astute observer. Be it working women, circus performers, ballet dancers or her own portraits as a painter.

Dame Laura Knight Self-Portrait With the Nude.

Ruby Loftus screwing a Breech Ring (1943) by Laura Knight.

It is said that Knight was a painter that embraced Realism and Impressionism. Both of which are chalantly present in Laura Knight prints and works.