MOORE, Brenda

1909 - 1995

Leonard Campbell Taylor and Brenda Moore

As Audrey Brenda Moore, she was born at Hendon, Middlesex on 22 March 1909, daughter of John Charles Moore and his wife Florence Isabel née Wyatt, who married at Hendon in 1900. In 1911, Brenda was a 2-year-old, living at 53 Radnor Road, Wealdstone, Pinner, Middlesex with her parents 36-year-old John Charles Moore, representative for an engineering firm, and 33-year-old Florence Isabel and Brenda's siblings, Kathleen Doris 9, Eric Desmond 7 and a newly born unnamed daughter. Audrey Brenda was living at Flat E, 5 Lewes Crescent, Brighton 1930-1931 with her mother Isabel Florence and sibling sister Kathleen Doris. A student at the Royal Academy Schools and, as Audrey Brenda Moore, she married at Hampstead Registry Office on 1 June 1935 as his second wife, 60-year-old Leonard Campbell Taylor, who was one of her tutors at the Royal Academy, from when she was also known as Brenda Campbell Taylor but continued to paint as Brenda Moore. They lived at Eastgate Hall, Felsham, Suffolk for many years. Brenda Campbell Taylor died at Pampisford Mill, Cambridge in 1995.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from 5e Lewes Crescent, Brighton
1930 661 Washerwomen on the Banks of the Vienne
from 1 Wychcombe Studios, England's Lane, Northwest London
1936 491 Foliage and Berries
1937 1447 Head of a Baby - sculpture
1938 463 The Anointing of Her Majesty the Queen
1939 1229 Sir Reginald Bloomfield, R.A. - sculpture
As Miss Brenda Moore, from 92 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmundís, Suffolk
1958 403 Late Summer Flowers
from Pampisford Mill, Cambridge
1959 285 Portrait of the Artist
         687 Columbines
1960 242 Marestail and Flowers
1966 906 L. Campbell Taylor, Esq., R.A. - charcoal
         915 Fiona - chalk

Works by This Artist