Kathleen Guthrie (1905 - 1981)Kathleen Guthrie studied at the Slade School of Fine Art under Henry Tonks and at the Royal College of Art, London. From the 1930s, Kathleen exhibited widely, especially at the New English Art Club and the Royal Academy. In 1941, following her previous marriage to the artist Robin Guthrie, she married the artist Cecil Stephenson, a member of the constructivist artists led by Ben Nicholson. From this point her work moved increasingly towards abstraction. She was given a major show in 1963 at the New End Gallery and a retrospective at the Drian Galleries in 1966.