1910

Micha Levitsky (charcoal). The pianist making his début aged 17. Featured in b/w in the 5 November 1916 edition of The Rochester Herald. Noted in 1917 Evening Sun article. [source: press cuttings]

 
Micha Levitsky aged 17. Charcaol portrait by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Micha Levitsky aged 17. Charcaol portrait by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved


1912

Unknown Lady, (pencil sketch and miniature). Stella's first miniature, painted in Paris or London at the urging of Penleigh Boyd and Montagu Marks. [source: press cuttings and sketch book]

Mrs. Dr Pearsall, (pencil sketch and miniature). Stella's second miniature, painted in London 1912. [source: sketch book]

Pencil Sketch for Stella Marks' first miniature, 1912. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate. All rights reserved.

Pencil Sketch for Stella Marks' first miniature, 1912. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate. All rights reserved.

Pencil sketch for a miniature by Stella Marks of Mrs. Dr Pearsall, London 1912. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Pencil sketch for a miniature by Stella Marks of Mrs. Dr Pearsall, London 1912. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.


1913 or earlier

from 'australasians who count in london and who counts in western australia', by Leonard matters, published by jas truscott & son, 1913

from 'australasians who count in london and who counts in western australia', by Leonard matters, published by jas truscott & son, 1913

  • Mrs Rooth aged 85 (miniature). Of Brighton, Sussex. Mother of Mr Justice Rooth of Perth
  • Miss Clarke (miniature). Daughter of Major Clarke (Royal Artillery)
  • Mrs Henry Dixon (miniature)
  • Daughter of Mr. Ronald Keep (miniature) [additional source: letter to Stella from Mag? or Mary? Ronald Keep]
  • Son of Mrs. Eaton (miniature)

[source: book, Australasians who count in London and who counts in western Australia', by Leonard matters, published by Jas Truscott & son, 1913]

OILS AND DRAWINGS.

  • The age of Innocence exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Roses exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • The Leisure Hour exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Meditations exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Girl in Blue exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Mr. Justice Rooth. (Perth Western Australia) exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • A vase of Roses exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Portrait exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Flirtation exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • La Petite Danseuse exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • The Smiling Maid exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • "Enid" (Stella's sister-in-law?) exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • A London Slum Girl exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Pencil study exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
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Pen and ink Rough sketch for portrait of Mr. justice Rooth 1913. Copyright stella marks's Estate all rights reserved

Pen and ink Rough sketch for portrait of Mr. justice Rooth 1913. Copyright stella marks's Estate all rights reserved

MINIATURES.

  • "1830" Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia. Exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago May to June 1915 and May to June 1916. Exhibited at the November to December 1915 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 14th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. Exhibited from June 18 1916 at the City Art Museum Saint Louis. In December 1916 exhibited at the National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. Noted in 23 March 1918 edition of The Pittsburgh Sun, "a delicate portrait of a girl in early Victorian costume", as being exhibited at Grogans, along with others by Stella "all characterised by drawing and freedom of handling not often seen in miniatures." [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • The Ballet Girl Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • A Profile Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • "Lucia" Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Interior of a Cottage. Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia. Exhibited 9 September 1913 West Australian Society of Arts. Noted and "especially admired" in 10 September The West Australian. [sources: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • "Marjorie" Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • "I Wonder" Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Study of a Young Man Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Blue and Silver Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia. Exhibited 9 September 1913 West Australian Society of Arts. Noted and "especially admired" in 10 September The West Australian. [sources: press cuttings and catalogue]
  • The White Bonnet Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • A Boy's Head Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • In a Field of Daisies Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Study of a Girl Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Smiling Maid Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • "Liza" Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Portrait of a Lady Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • A Small Child Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Girl in Purple Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Portrait Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • A Little Girl Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Nymphs Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Girl in Grey Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]
  • Portrait Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia [source: catalogue]

Most of the above Miniatures were [also] exhibited in the Arts and Crafts Society, London, i.e. pre-June 1913 [source: June 1913 Exhibition catalogue]

1913

  • The Girl in White (miniature of a red headed girl) Painted in Perth 1913, Australia.  "I had kept the background white, she wore a white frock, and the only colour relief was the hair, the face and hands". Exhibited 9 September 1913 West Australian Society of Arts. "Specially admired" by The West Australian 10 September 1913 . Sold at Stella's first showing at The American Society of Miniature Painters Exhibition in March/April 1915. Mentioned in Table Talk Februaey 18 1926 [sources: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Daughters of Mr. J.A. Rolland (miniature). Exhibited 9 September 1913 West Australian Society of Arts. Noted as "delightful in their combination of daintiness and strength" in 10 September 1913 The West Australian. [sources: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • The son of Sir Winthrop Hackett (miniature). Sir Winthrop was President of the West Australian Society of Arts. Exhibited 9 September 1913 West Australian Society of Arts. Noted for its "combination of daintiness and strength" in 10 September 1913 The West Australian. [sources: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Mr. Justice Rooth/The Judge (miniature). Of Perth, Western Australia. Exhibited in June 1913, Perth Australia. Noted in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178). [source: press cuttings and catalogue]
After Stella Marks' portrait Miniature '1830' copyright Stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

After Stella Marks' portrait Miniature '1830' copyright Stella marks' Estate all rights reserved


1914 or earlier

  • Mr Frederick William Zercho (miniature) c.1913-14 (5.8 x 7.1 frame). In the collection of Mornington Peninsular Regional Gallery, Australia. Gift of Miss B. Zercho, 1988. [source: Catalogue October 2017, Character Traits: Portraits from the MPRG Collection]

  • A miniature (miniature). A b/w photograph of the miniature is featured in the November 1914 edition of The International Studio:  "Mrs, Marks is a portrait painter, too, which explains the broad treatment". [source: press cuttings]

1914

  • The Daughter of William Ordway Partridge (miniature). Stella's first commission in America by the famous sculptor, as reported in the November 1914 edition of The International Studio. [source: press cuttings]
After a miniature by Stella Marks ca 1913. copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved. Featured in November 1914 International Studio

After a miniature by Stella Marks ca 1913. copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved. Featured in November 1914 International Studio


1915 or earlier

  • Self-Portrait (miniature). Exhibited at Stella's first showing at The American Society of Miniature Painters Exhibition in March/April 1915. Exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago May to June 1915 and May to June 1916. A b/w photograph of the miniature is featured in the May 1916 edition of The International Studio. Exhibited from June 18 1916 at the City Art Museum Saint Louis. December 1916 exhibited at the National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. "More and more these painters with pointed brush get life and largeness into their work. Sometimes they break away from old traditions and sometimes they infuse them with a fresh delight, as Stella Lewis Marks has done in her irresistibly joyful self-portrait" - Robert J Cole [from a press cutting titled, "Studio and Gallery. Franco American Modernists. Miniatures at the Academy"). Featured in 17 January 1926 The Sun. Featured in 18 February 1926 Table Talk [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Mrs. W.H. de B. Nelson (miniature). Exhibited at Stella's first showing at The American Society of Miniature Painters Exhibition in March/April 1915. [source: catalogue]
  • "A Portrait" (miniature). Exhibited at Stella's first showing at The American Society of Miniature Painters Exhibition in March/April 1915. [source: catalogue]
  • The Blue Bow (miniature). Commented on in American Art News, 9 October 1915. Exhibited at the November to December 1915 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 14th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures: "the most attractive" of three from Stella as reported by The International Studio (one of the editions from March to June 1916, page 72). In December exhibited at the 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Sweet Seventeen (miniature). Commented on in American Art News, 9 October 1915. Exhibited at the November to December 1915 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 14th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. Exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago May to June 1916. Exhibited from June 18 1916 at the City Art Museum Saint Louis. In December 1916 exhibited at the National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]

1915

  • Maud Allan (miniature). The famous dancer. Noted for the work's "distinction" in 11 February 1916 Evening Sun article. Shown at the 1916 December National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. Noted in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Featured in 17 January 1926 The Sun. Featured in 18 February 1926 Table Talk. In February 1926 it was purchased for the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne by the Felton Bequest Committee. [source: 7 December 1937 The Age]
  • The Model / Unfinished Study / Study (miniature). Noted in 23 March 1918 edition of The Pittsburgh Sun as ('Unfinished Study') being exhibited at Grogans, along with others by Stella "all characterised by drawing and freedom of handling not often seen in miniatures." Shown (as A Study) in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Described in 17 February 1926 The Sun as "a charming titian-haired portrait study" [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Lucius Henderson (miniature). The husband of Mrs. Studebaker Henderson. This miniature was worn by Mrs. Studebaker Henderson and noticed by the Founder and President of The Royal Miniature Society, Alyn Williams. Stella was soon elected to become the youngest Associate Member of the Society. A b/w photograph of the miniature is featured in the May 1916 edition of The International Studio. [source: press cutting]  
  • Marjorie Williamson / A Portrait Study (miniature). An Actress. Painted before her marriage and daughter of the late Australian/American theatre impresario, James Williamson. Exhibited (as 'A Portrait Study') in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts November to December 1916 14th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and 15th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures where a b/w image was featured in the catalogue. 'A Portrait Study' is noted in the October 1916 edition of The International Studio. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]. Featured in 17 January 1926 The Sun.  In 1936 it was shown at The Royal Academy and "hung in a prominent place" (source: 8 December 1937 The Sun).
  • Mrs. James Hardie Barr (miniature). Of Long Island and /or Pittsburgh? A b/w photograph of the miniature is featured in the May 1916 edition of The International Studio. Exhibited in the December 1916 at the National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Lady Bartlett (miniature). Noted in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178). [source: press cuttings]
  • Marjorie Weeks (miniature). The daughter of John Weeks. Shown in 1918 Evening Sun article. [source: press cuttings]
After A Portrait Miniature of Mrs. J. Hardie Barr by Stella Marks, 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After A Portrait Miniature of Mrs. J. Hardie Barr by Stella Marks, 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Marjorie Week 1915, daughter of John Weeks. After a miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserve

Marjorie Week 1915, daughter of John Weeks. After a miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserve

After a Self-Portrait by Stella Marks circa 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights Reserved.

After a Self-Portrait by Stella Marks circa 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights Reserved.

'The Model - unfinished Study' 1915. After a miniature by Stella Marks' Estate. Copyright the artist all rights reserved.

'The Model - unfinished Study' 1915. After a miniature by Stella Marks' Estate. Copyright the artist all rights reserved.

After a miniature by Stella Mark of Lucius Henderson 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature by Stella Mark of Lucius Henderson 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After A Portrait Miniature of Marjorie Williamson by Stella Marks, 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After A Portrait Miniature of Marjorie Williamson by Stella Marks, 1915. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1916 or earlier

  • Aleister Crowley (miniatures x 2 versions). Painted in New York. Note the different backgrounds and cropping of the two version. Famous occultist and poet. Founder of the religious philosophy of Thelema. Stella insisted on being accompanied while painting him. Exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts November to December 1916 14th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and 15th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. Noted in the November 1916 American Magazine of Art (page 121). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Commented on in The Argus 17 February 1926, which reported that Stella's work has no "hint of niggling or uncertainty". "The seated figure....arranged in the official robes..... has a sinister as well as artistic interest."  [source: press cuttings, catalogues, sketch book]
  • James Hardie Barr (miniature). An American businessman. Noted in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Featured in 18 February 1926 Table Talk. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Ann Murdock (miniature). Actress. Noted in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. [source: catalogues]
  • Ann Murdock (life size portrait). Actress. "Will be exhibited at one of the 5th Avenue galleries this coming winter", as reported in 9 September 1916 edition of The Billboard. [source: press cuttings]
  • Jan Cherniavsky (miniature). Pianist. Noted for the work's "distinction" in 11 February 1916 Evening Sun article. Exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts November to December 1916 14th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and 15th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. Noted in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Sent by Stella to Mrs. Jan Cherniavsky in 1968. [source: press cuttings, catalogues and letter to Stella on 9 September 1968 from Mrs. Cherniavsky of 3704, Pine Crescent Vancouver.]
  • Mrs. Bernard E. Finucane (miniature). Exhibited in the December 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: catalogue]
  • Mrs. Emmet Finucane (miniature). Of Rochester. Noted in 5 November 1916 The Rochester Herald. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald. Is she the same person as Mrs. Bernard E. Finucane? [sources: press cuttings]
  • Montagu Marks (miniature). Noted for the work's "distinction" in 11 February 1916 Evening Sun article. In the December 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Mrs Margaret Batten (miniature). Assuming aged 84. In the December 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide'. [sources: catalogue, 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide']
  • Mother and Child (miniature). In the December 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: catalogue]
  • Miss Betty Miller, S.I. (miniature). A b/w photograph of the miniature was featured in the May 1916 edition of The International Studio. [source: press cuttings] 
After a miniature of James Hardie Barr by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of James Hardie Barr by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature by Stella Marks of Miss Betty Miller S.I. . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature by Stella Marks of Miss Betty Miller S.I. . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

1916

  • H.R.H. The Princess Patricia of Connaught (pencil sketch)
  • H.R.H The Princess Patricia of Connaught (miniatures x 2 versions). Painted at Government House, Ottawa. Colour copies of the miniature where sold to raise money for the Canadian Red Cross in World War I. $15,000 was raised ($350,000 at today's value).  Featured in b/w in the 5 November 1916 edition of the 'Rochester Herald'. Reported in the December 1916 edition of Colour (page 178) that 100,000 colour copies where printed and sold for the Canadian Red Cross and that it was considered by the Princess to be "the best existing portrait of herself". Noted in 10 December 1916 Detroit Free Press, which reported "30,000 copies the Princess Patricia portrait miniature being sold "so far" at Allied bazaar events for the Canadian Red Cross". An unknown press cutting titled, "Many Nations, Many Notions, Grace the Allied Bazaar", described one such event, ".....just around the corner.....is the British-American, the Canadian, booth, and right in the centre of it the face of Princess Patricia of Connaught smiles out from a beautiful.....miniature. Heaped about it are.....color prints of the lovely thing, some of them autographed by the Princess, and they are being sold by Mrs. Montagu Marks, the pretty little Australian artist who was commissioned to paint Canada's beloved "Princess Pat". All this week you may buy them and so give your mite towards helping brave Canadian soldiers." Featured in b/w in 3 March 1917 Christian Science Monitor, Detroit. Featured in b/w in 23 March 1918 edition of The Pittsburgh Sun, which reported that Princess Patricia sent a copy of the miniature to the next-of-kin of each fallen member of her own Regiment, 'The Princess Pat's'. The paper also reported that Stella's replica of the miniature was exhibited at Grogans until the end of March, along with others by her "all characterised by drawing and freedom of handling not often seen in miniatures." Shown in a 1918 Evening Sun article. "A beautiful study of the popular Princess Patricia" was commented on in The Sun (Australia) 11 January 1926 and featured in The Sun on 17 January 1926, which also noted Princess Patricia's assessment that it was "quite the best thing ever done of me". It was also commented on in The Herald, 11 January and 16 February 1926, The Australasian 23 January 1926. The miniature was featured on the front cover of Stella's February 1926 exhibition catalogue at the New Gallery, Melbourne. In 1931 the miniature was lent to Stella by Princess Patricia for exhibition at the Royal Academy (source: catalogue and 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald, 6 December 1937 The Herald, 7 December 1937 The Argus, 7 December 1937 The Sun News-Pictorial, 8 December 1937 The Sun, 16 March 1938 The Ceylon Observer). It also featured in 9 December 1937 The Sun and 29 January 1938 The leader
  • Mrs. Fred T. Moran (miniature). Noted in 10 December 1916 Detroit Free Press that Stella was in Detroit to paint Mrs. Fred T. Moran. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Mary and Jane Ford (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article
  • Mrs. Studebaker Henderson (miniature).
  • Mrs. Studebaker Henderson wearing a miniature of Lucius Henderson (miniature/miniature within miniature ).
  • Miss Marjorie Mahon (miniature). "Grandchildren of Rochester" ??. In 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: catalogue and letter to Stella on 20 November 1916 from Tho's W. Finucane, Rochester N.Y.]
  • Miss Ruth Mahon (miniature). "Grandchildren of Rochester" ??. In the December 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. [source: catalogue and letter to Stella on 20 November 1916 from Tho's W. Finucane, Rochester N.Y.]
  • Miss Finucane (miniature). Noted in 1917 Evening Sun article. I assume of Thomas W. Finucane of Rochester. Noted in 5 November 1916 The Rochester Herald.
  • Thomas Finucane (miniature). Of Rochester. In the December 1916 National Association of Portrait Painters, Memorial Art Gallery Exhibition. Noted in 5 November 1916 The Rochester Herald. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald. [source: press cuttings and catalogue]
  • Michael Penha (charcoal drawing). The well known cellist. Featured in 27? July 1916 Musical Courier, which commented on the "delicacy and strong detail" of the drawing and that Penha was "a strong admirer of the art of Mrs. Lewis [sic]". [source: press cuttings]
 
Aleister Crowley 1915 or 1916. Portrait miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Aleister Crowley 1915 or 1916. Portrait miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a portrait miniature of Aleister Crowley by Stella Marks 1915 or 1916 . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a portrait miniature of Aleister Crowley by Stella Marks 1915 or 1916 . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of Mrs. Margaret Batten by Stella Marks. Circa 1916 . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of Mrs. Margaret Batten by Stella Marks. Circa 1916 . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Studebaker Henderson by Stella Marks 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Studebaker Henderson by Stella Marks 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Mrs. Studebaker Henderson, wearing the miniature of Lucius Henderson. After a miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Mrs. Studebaker Henderson, wearing the miniature of Lucius Henderson. After a miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Pencil sketch for a miniature by Stella Marks of H.R.H. The Princess Patricia of Connaught, 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Pencil sketch for a miniature by Stella Marks of H.R.H. The Princess Patricia of Connaught, 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

The cellist, Micheal Penha, 1916. After a charcoal drawing by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

The cellist, Micheal Penha, 1916. After a charcoal drawing by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Extreme close-up detail from Stella Mark’s charcoal drawing of the cellist, Micheal Penha, 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Extreme close-up detail from Stella Mark’s charcoal drawing of the cellist, Micheal Penha, 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

After a miniature of Miss Finucane by Stella Marks 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Miss Finucane by Stella Marks 1916. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Jane Ford by Stella Marks, 1916 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Jane Ford by Stella Marks, 1916
Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1917 or earlier

  • Mrs. Lawrence Buhl (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. The Detroit Free Press article
  • Mrs. Harry Ford (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Walter Briggs Jr. (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Harriet Warner (miniature). The daughter of Captain H.J. Warner of Detriot. [source: noted in 1918 Evening Sun article and letter to Stella 30 January 1918 from Zara?, Mrs. Warner]
  • Lieut. William Warner (miniature). Of the Royal Flying Corp. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Mrs. Belmont Tiffany (miniature). A leading member of the newly established American Red Cross. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Noted in 23 March 1918 edition of The Pittsburgh Sun as being exhibited at Grogans, along with others by Stella "all characterised by drawing and freedom of handling not often seen in miniatures."
  • Mrs. Emmet Kelley (miniature). Of Toronto. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Georgia Kelschner (miniature). The daughter of W.W. Kelschner (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Daniel C. Jackling (miniature). Of San Francisco (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Mrs. Daniel C. Jackling (miniature). Of San Francisco (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.
  • Also? Mr. Daniel C. Jackling noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald.
  • ?  (miniature) belonging to Augusta D? H. Jones [source: letter to Stella from Augusta D? H. Jones with black morning edges from 5722 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh]

1917

  • Knox Studebaker Ulrich (miniature). also known as Portrait of a Young Man. Heir to the famous motorcar business. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Exhibited at the Royal Academy 1931. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide'. [source: press cuttings, catalogues and 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide']
  • Monty - the day he went to war (oils). This was painted hastily in 45 minutes prior to Monty leaving to join the Canadian RFC and one month after his elder brother, also in the RFC, was killed in action.
  • Major Arthur M. Waitt (miniature). Shown in 1918 Evening Sun article
  • Mrs. Arthur Waitt (miniature)
  • Cadet William Plummer (miniature). Of the United States Aviation Service. Exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts November to December 1917 15th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and 16th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Noted in an edition of The Studio International 1918. [source: press cuttings and catalogue]
  • Mrs. Lyman Rhoades (miniature). USA.
  • Nadine Reilly (miniature). The wife of Sidney Reilly. Painted in New York. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Exhibited in February Melbourne 1926. Sidney would take it with him on his ultimately fatal spy missions to Russia. In a letter to Stella in 1967 Brigadier George Hill wrote that the miniature had been one of Reilly's "most treasured possessions" [sources: press cuttings, catalogues, 13 November 1967 The Daily Telegraph and private letters]
  • Mrs Reilly (miniature). Of Canada.
  • Barbara Buehler (miniature). The daughter of Dr. Hubert Buehler of Lakeville Conn. Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article. Noted in 23 March 1918 edition of The Pittsburgh Sun as ('Barabara portrait of a child' - I assume Buehler?] being exhibited at Grogans, along with others by Stella "all characterised by drawing and freedom of handling not often seen in miniatures."
After a miniature of Major Arthur Waitt by Stella Marks, 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Major Arthur Waitt by Stella Marks, 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Mrs. Reilly by Stella Marks 1917, Canada. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Mrs. Reilly by Stella Marks 1917, Canada. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Pencil sketch for a miniature of Mrs. Belmont Tiffany, circa 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Pencil sketch for a miniature of Mrs. Belmont Tiffany, circa 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

After a miniature of Mrs. Arthur Waitt by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Arthur Waitt by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Barbara Buehler, after a miniature by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Barbara Buehler, after a miniature by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

Portrait Miniature of Knox Studebaker Ulrich by Stella Marks, 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of Knox Studebaker Ulrich by Stella Marks, 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Montagu Marks the day he went to war. Photograph after an oil portrait (painted in 45 minutes)  by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Montagu Marks the day he went to war. Photograph after an oil portrait (painted in 45 minutes)  by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature by Stella Marks of Nadine Reilly 1917, wife of Sidney Reilly. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

After a miniature by Stella Marks of Nadine Reilly 1917, wife of Sidney Reilly. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.

After a miniature of Cadet William Plumber by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Cadet William Plumber by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Lyman Roades by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Lyman Roades by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1918 or earlier

  • Cadet S.M. Lewis Royal Engineers (miniature). Sam Lewis was Stella Marks' brother. Shown in 1918 at the American Society of Miniature Painters Exhibition and commented on by the New York Times Magazine (31 March 1918) for its "free brush and watercolor technique". Shown in a 1918 Evening Sun article. Exhibited in February Melbourne 1926. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Children of Elizabeth M. Crawford (miniatures) [source: letter to Stella from Elizabeth Crawford]
  • Mischa Levitski (miniature). Noted in 1918 Evening Sun article.

1918

  • Mrs. Waitt (miniature). USA.
  • Mary Whitman (miniature). New York. Daughter of Malcolm Whitman.
  • Son of Malcolm Whitman (miniature)
  • Miss Doris Kenyan (miniature). Exhibited at the Annual Water Color And Miniature Exhibition at The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1921. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1936.
  • Mrs. Madge Carr Cook (miniature). Painted in New York. Exhibited in February Melbourne 1926. Actress who premièred Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch on Broadway (sources: press cuttings and catalogues). She was the mother of actress Eleanor Robson, later Mrs August Belmont, who was also painted by Stella (source 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald).
After a miniature of Mary Whitman by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mary Whitman by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

 
After a miniature of the son of Malcolm Whitman by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of the son of Malcolm Whitman by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature by Stella Mark of Mrs. Waitt, 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature by Stella Mark of Mrs. Waitt, 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Cadet Samuel Lewis R.E. Print After a miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved

Cadet Samuel Lewis R.E. Print After a miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved

After a miniature of Doris Kenyan by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Doris Kenyan by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Madge Carr Cook by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Mrs. Madge Carr Cook by Stella Marks 1918. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1919 or earlier

  • Peggy (miniature). Exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts November to December 1919 17th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and 18th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]

1919

  • Sidney Reilly (miniature). Commissioned by Sidney Reilly, when he was staying New York. (source: sketchbook and 13 November 1967 The Daily Telegraph)
  • Lieutenant Plummer (sketch for miniature on same sheet as Sidney Reilly sketch, so possibly also a miniature in addition to earlier miniature of Cadet Plummer?) 
  • Mr Ford (miniature) [source: letter to Stella 10 December 1919 from Lola Ford of 74 Pallister Avenue, Detroit]
  • Self-portrait 1919 (miniature). Exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts November to December 1919 17th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and 18th Annual Exhibition of Miniatures. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]

1920 or earlier

  • Elizabeth, child of Ethel Andrews? (miniature) [source: letter to Stella 19 January 1921 writing about the sad death of 'Betsie' on 6 November - the miniature being her "dearest possession"]

1920

  • Mrs. Warburton (miniature). Painted in New York. (Also one dated 1921?).
  • Estelle Winwood (miniature). Painted in New York. Theater and film actress in the West End, Broadway and Hollywood. Featured in Arts and Decoration article April 1922.
  • Lady Maxwell (miniature). The wife of Sir William Maxwell, the war correspondent. Painted when both where in Japan. Exhibited at the Royal Miniature Society in 1921 (source: The American Magazine of Art, March 1921) and shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: press cuttings and catalogues]
  • Mrs. Edward's children (miniature). Painted in Japan.
  • Mrs. T. Akaboshi (miniature). Painted in Japan. It was against custom for Japanese women to have a portrait painted. This was the one exception is, however, named and shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide'. [source: catalogue and 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide']
  • Mrs. Harry Rossbach (miniature ). Famous fashion designer. Later Sophie Gimbel when in 1931 she married Adam Gimbel of Gimbel's department store and Saks of 5th Avenue. Shown at the Annual Water Color and Miniature Exhibition Catalogue - The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1921. [source: catalogue and sketch book]
  • ? (miniature) in possession of Heding? Matthias Schwartz (Mrs. Maurice Schwartz) [source: letter to Stella on 26 August 1920 from Mrs. Schwartz.]
  • General Amos Samuel Kimball (miniature). Brigadier General in The United States Army. Painted posthumously circa 1920. (source: Stella's sketch book containing two drawings for the miniature). Most likely commissioned by his wife, Hariett Frances Crary Kimball (source: email from William Brackney 9 January 2017)
Mrs. Harry Rossbach (later Sophie Gimbel) After a miniature of by Stella Marks, New York 1920. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Mrs. Harry Rossbach (later Sophie Gimbel) After a miniature of by Stella Marks, New York 1920. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Miniature of Lady Maxwell 1920, JApan. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Miniature of Lady Maxwell 1920, JApan. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

 
After a miniature of Estelle Winwood by Stella Marks, 1920. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Estelle Winwood by Stella Marks, 1920. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Mrs. T. Akaboshi, a Japanese lady 1920. portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks all rights reserved

Mrs. T. Akaboshi, a Japanese lady 1920. portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of General Amos Samuel Kimball painted posthumously by Stella Marks. Circa 1920. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All Rights Reserved

Portrait miniature of General Amos Samuel Kimball painted posthumously by Stella Marks. Circa 1920. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All Rights Reserved


1921 or earlier

  • Mrs. Horace K. Horner (miniature) source: Annual Water Color And Miniature Exhibition Catalogue - The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1921. Image featured in the catalogue.

1921

  • ? (miniature) owned by T.A Russel [source: letter to Stella 13 January 1921 from T.A. Russell of 1209, Kings Street West, Toronto]
  • Mrs. Rosamund Warburton (miniature). Later Mrs. William Kissam Vanderbilt II. Painted in New York. (Also one dated 1920?). In 1926, after a divorce she married William Kissam Vanderbilt II . Shown in 1922 at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in a joint exhibition of the Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters and the Philadelphia Water Color Club, as reported by The Independent 25 November 1922 (page 316). The Independent article comments that ".... the portraits of Mrs. Richards F. Maynard by Wm. J. Whittemore, of Mrs. John W. Warburton by Stella Lewis Marks, of Miss Browning by Maria J. Strean, and of Mrs. Hasselbrus by her husband must convince every visitor that Nature has not ceased to be an inspiring model. There are, indeed portraits in this collection of miniatures that are no better than colored photographs, but these four, with several of lesser excellence, are pure works of art in being not mere copies but beautiful illustrations of life, and not the worse for not having to serve as demonstrations of a theory." [source: The Independent 25 November 1922 and sketch book]
  • Pat ages 6 months (miniature). Stella's daughter. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne [source: catalogue]
  • Self-portrait (miniature). Featured in The Sun (Australia) 17 January 1926 and noted in The Age 17 January 1926. Exhibited January to February 1928 at The American Society of Miniature Painters 1928. [source: catalogues]
Portrait Miniature of Mrs Rosamund Warburton in 1921 by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.  In 1926, Rosamund, after a divorce, married William Kissam Vanderbilt II

Portrait Miniature of Mrs Rosamund Warburton in 1921 by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved.  In 1926, Rosamund, after a divorce, married William Kissam Vanderbilt II


1922

  • Mrs Batten aged 90 / 90 Years (miniature x 2*). If Mrs Batten was 84 when shown in 1916 the portrait would have been painted in 1922. Exhibited January to February 1928 at The American Society of Miniature Painters. [source: catalogues] [*Note from Anthony Pettifer: there are obvious differences in the lips, lace jabot and the two versions have signatures in different places)
  • Carolyn Youngs, Caroline? (miniature)
  • Elizabeth Youngs and others (miniatures) [source: letter to 'Lulu' on 23 May 1921 sent from Westmeadow, Stony Brook Long Island and on 11 November 1922 and 14 February 1923 to from Mrs. W.P. Youngs (Harriet Youngs) of 319 West 105th Street, New York.]
  • Pat aged 1 (miniature). Stella's daughter.
  • ? Sarah Barnet's Mother and Sister (2 miniatures) [source: letter to Stella on 20 May 1922 from Sarah Barnet of 1512 Robinson Avenue, San Diego]
Portrait miniature of Mrs. Batten aged 90 by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved  

Portrait miniature of Mrs. Batten aged 90 by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

 

 
After A Portrait miniature of Mrs. Batten aged 90 by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After A Portrait miniature of Mrs. Batten aged 90 by Stella Marks 1917. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature ofMiss. C. Youngs by Stella Marks 1922. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature ofMiss. C. Youngs by Stella Marks 1922.
Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1923

  • Pat aged 2 (miniature). Stella's daughter with toy dog
Stella Marks portrait of her daughter with toy dog ‘Pat’ ca 1923.  Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Stella Marks portrait of her daughter with toy dog ‘Pat’ ca 1923.  Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1924

  • Pat aged 3 (miniature). Featured in 16 December BBC One Television 'Nationwide'
  • 'Silver Wedding Miniature' for Shiras (miniature or miniatures) [source: letter to Stella on 26 January 1925 from Clara G. Shiras from French Link Springs Hotel, Indiana.]
Stella Marks' portrait Miniature of her DaUghter ‘Pat’ ca 1924. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved  

Stella Marks' portrait Miniature of her DaUghter ‘Pat’ ca 1924. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved  


1925

  • Pat with Doll Joan aged 4 or just 5 ? (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Featured in 17 January 1926 The Sun Sunday. [sources: press cuttings and catalogue]

1926 or earlier

  • Edith Day (miniature). Silent movie and West End musical star. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • Unfinished Study of a girl (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • A Profile (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • Miss. Bettie Parker (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • Mr. Justice McKenna (miniature). Of the Supreme Court of the USA. Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. Exhibited at the Royal Academy 193?. 25 February 1938 purchased for the National Gallery of Melbourne by the Felton Bequest Committee. [sources: The National Gallery of Victoria, 26 February 1938 The Argus and The Age and catalogues]. It was also featured in 9 December 1937 The Sun. Click here to go to The National Gallery of Victoria image. Once there click on the image to show details in magnification.
  • 'The Lenci Bonnet' (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • George Rhoades (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • A Portrait (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • Nadine (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • George Rhoades (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • A Portrait (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]
  • Nadine (miniature). Shown in Stella's February 1926 Exhibition at The New Gallery, Melbourne. [source: catalogue]

1926

  • Pat with aged 5 (miniature). Stella's daughter with doll. Featured in 9 December 1937 The Sydney Morning Herald and, along with Princess Patricia, in January 29 1938 The Leader
  • Sofie? / Miss Martlyn Kaura or Marilyn Kawn? (miniature) Featured in The Home, 1 February 1938 and 9 December 1937 The Sun. [source press cutting]
Portrait Miniature of Edith Day by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of Edith Day by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Stella Marks portrait of her daughter ‘Pat’ with doll 1926.  Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Stella Marks portrait of her daughter ‘Pat’ with doll 1926.  Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Stella Lewis Marks. Justice McKenna miniature: watercolour on ivory. 8.2 x 6.6 cm (image) (oval). 10.0 x 7.1 cm (locket) (oval) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Felton Bequest, 1938 (456-4). Published with permission from the National Gallery of Victoria

Stella Lewis Marks. Justice McKenna
miniature: watercolour on ivory. 8.2 x 6.6 cm (image) (oval). 10.0 x 7.1 cm (locket) (oval)
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Felton Bequest, 1938 (456-4). Published with permission from the National Gallery of Victoria

After a miniature, 'Sofie'/ Miss Martlyn Kaura or Marilyn Kawn, by Stella Marks, 1926. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature, 'Sofie'/ Miss Martlyn Kaura or Marilyn Kawn, by Stella Marks, 1926. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Extreme close-up of ‘Sofie’/ Miss Martlyn Kaura or Marilyn Kawn, a portrait miniature by Stella Marks, 1926. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Extreme close-up of ‘Sofie’/ Miss Martlyn Kaura or Marilyn Kawn, a portrait miniature by Stella Marks, 1926. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1927

  • Pat aged 6 (miniature). Stella's daughter.

1928

  • Pat aged 7 (miniature). Stella's daughter. Exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum by the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors April to May 1928. [source: catalogue]

1929

  • Pat aged 8 (miniature). Stella's daughter.
  • 'Betty' (miniature circa 1929). Née Elizabeth Latourette, Betty was American and married Stella's brother, Samuel Lewis. Later she remarried and became Betty Craig.
  • 'Betty' (oil portrait circa 1929).
a Miniature by Stella Marks of her sister-in-law 'Betty', Née Elizabeth Latourette. Circa 1928. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved. Grateful Thanks to Joan Craig Birdsall for the Photograph.

a Miniature by Stella Marks of her sister-in-law 'Betty', Née Elizabeth Latourette. Circa 1928. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved. Grateful Thanks to Joan Craig Birdsall for the Photograph.

After an oil portrait by Stella Marks of her sister-in-law 'Betty', Née Elizabeth Latourette. Circa 1928. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved.

After an oil portrait by Stella Marks of her sister-in-law 'Betty', Née Elizabeth Latourette. Circa 1928. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved.

 
Portrait Miniature of 'Pat' aged 7 or 8 (unfinished) by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of 'Pat' aged 7 or 8 (unfinished) by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1930 or earlier

  • Christopher Woodcock (miniature). Of Larchmont as a child
  • Betty McCormick (miniature). Of Larchmont
  • Family of W.W. Salmon (miniatures). Of the Hommocks

1930

  • Pat aged 9 (miniature). Stella's daughter.

1931

  • Pat aged 10 (miniature). Stella's daughter.
Pat Marks aged 10. portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Pat Marks aged 10. portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved


1932

  • Pat aged 11 (miniature). Stella's daughter.

1933

  • Pat aged 12 (miniature). Stella's daughter.

1934 or Earlier

  • Elena Miramova (drawing). Featured on the program cover of New York's The Forrest Theatre 1934 production of Theadora, The Quean.
  • Children of Dr. Bowles (miniatures) [source: letter to Stella on 12 June year? from Elizabeth Bowles]

1934

  • Pat aged 13 (miniatures x 2*). Stella's daughter. Featured in 10 November 1936, Buenos Aires Herald, 9 December 1937 The Sun and 22 January 1938 The Age. Exhibited in 1937 at the Royal Miniature Society 22 Bond Street (source: Stella's note on back of photograph).

[*note from Anthony Pettifer: notice the different drawing of the nose and the brushstrokes of her right arm and the captions at the top]

Stella Marks' portrait of Patricia aged 13 in an American riding habit 1934 (one of two) Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Stella Marks' portrait of Patricia aged 13 in an American riding habit 1934 (one of two) Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Pat marks aged 13. Photograph after a portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Pat marks aged 13. Photograph after a portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved