Laura Knight is seen at work in her studio, examples of her paintings are shown.
Mrs Laura Knight - only the second woman to be elected an Associate of the Royal Academy since the 18th Century is featured.
Standing at an easel, Mrs Knight sketches a seated model. Some of her artwork is visible in the studio. The artist is described in a title as: "tireless and sturdy" and is dressed in an eccentric peasant style with coiled plaits. Another model is shown and Mrs Knight sketches her in charcoal. By a camera trick the image dissolves into a painting of the same subject as Mrs Knight adds the finishing touches with a paintbrush. Mrs Knight talks to the model. C/U of the artist and one of her paintings then other examples of her work.
Was item in Eve's Film Review issue 343.