Harriet Salt started painting at a young age and was heavily influenced by her talented mother who was already a truly accomplished artist. She won a scholarship to Charterhouse School and continued her studies when she spent three years in Florence studying portraiture under Charles Cecil. When she returned to England, Harriet exhibited in a three-man show in Shepherds Market which led to Panter and Hall promoting her work in the London art fairs. The most pinnacle moment of her career came when she exhibited as part of a show with three young artists at the Petley Fine Art Gallery on Cork Street in London which led to her first solo show at the same gallery in New Bond Street in 2006.
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