The Estate of Clare Leighton
at Liss Fine Art

Clare Leighton Clare Leighton was an artist, writer and wood engraver, best known for her illustrated books recording English rural life (The Farmer's Year, 1933, Four Hedges, 1935), and her recording of life in America to where she emigrated in 1939. Southern Harvest, 1942 New England Industries, 1952, (produced for Wedgwood) are amongst the most celebrated and poignant records of American rural life of their period.

Clare Leighton: The Growth and Shaping of an Artist-Writer, (published by David Leighton in 2009) can be ordered directly from the author at £18 post free or US$36 post free. Send an email to the author at to order a copy of the book.

Liss Fine Art are delighted to be working in association with the Artist's Estate on the publication of a catalogue raisonné of Clare Leighton's work. A selection of work by Clare Leighton can be viewed at Liss Fine Art by clicking here.

Items are available for viewing by appointment only and at the following UK fair:
   The 20/21 British Art fair; Royal College of Art


View Clare Leighton's works' works on

Study for Allegory, circa 1925
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