ORDBROWN, JoyceBorn: 1894
Born 1894 (Port Shepstone, Natal) Died 1974 (East London)
An artist who designed artworks for the Ceramic Studio.
Trained at the Westminster and Lambeth Art Schools, London (1909-11); Johannesburg Art School (1914) and Michaelis School of Art. Taught art in Johannesburg and Stellenbosch. (Grania Ogilvie, The Dictionary of South African painters and sculptors, Everard Read, JHB, 1988)
Tile panels: Dordrecht Post Office 1938
Tile panels: Noordhoek Post Office 1937
Tile panels: St James Post Office 1937
Tile panels: Balfour Post Office 1938
Tile panels: Petrusville Post Office 1939
She illustrated a book of Lewis Bernard Child Heroes of South Africa 1940.
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