DE PASS, Jenifer

1930 - ?

As Jenifer Green, she was born at Kensington, London in 1930, daughter of Peter Michael Arthur Green (22 July 1904-12 May 1994), a member of the London Stock Exchange, and his wife Edith Jenifer née De Pass (21 November 1906-1964), who married at Marylebone, London in 1928 and in 1939 were living at The Little House, Eaton Green, Hambledon, Surrey. Jenifer married at Chelsea, London in 1951, Clive Crispin de Pass (1927-2011), a solicitor, and the lover of artist Beryl Bainbridge (1932-2010). A painter, designer and printmaker, they moved from Hampstead, London to The Old Rectory, Kedington Hill, Little Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk where she also contained her studio and with land to stable horses for their six children, four daughters and two sons 1953-1974, they later separated. Jenifer exhibited at Chappel Galleries, Essex in 1997 and about 2007 moved to Bath, Somerset.(Beryl Bainbridge: Love by All Sorts of Means. 2016)