Monday 10th to Sunday 16th June 2024

“Roll Out the Beryl’s”

Beryl Cook. About the artist | Outlines 

A Colourful Exhibition…

Humorous and Rare Signed Limited Editions

The most famous…“Girls in a Taxi”

“Bar and Barbara”

“Ladies Night”

“Lingerie Shop”

Plus… Many small mounted prints

 On Exhibition at The Robin Hood

126 Victoria Street, St Albans AL1 3TG

(2 Minutes walk from St Albans Mainline Thameslink Railway Station)

All items available to purchase

Open from 12.0 Noon each day. 

Ladies Who Lunch

 

The exhibition will include rare copies of cheeky images such as “Girls in a Taxi” and “Ladies Night” alongside others published over a 30 years period.

Following Cook’s first exhibition at The Plymouth Arts Centre in November 1975, the self-taught former seaside landlady instantly won the popularity vote.

Her flamboyant paintings of portly ladies and other exuberant characters were drawn from a lifetime of people watching – much of it in her Plymouth home.

Despite her colourful pictures Beryl was actually quite a shy and retiring lady.

In 1994 she received the Best Selling Published Artist Award from The Fine Art Trade Guild and in 1995 was awarded an O.B.E.

Sadly Beryl Cook died on 28 May 2008 at her home in Plymouth at the age of 81.