Her original exhibiting address was Great Houghton Hall, Northamptonshire (1900, 1916), and the artist is known to have studied at the Slade and in Newlyn, possibly at the FORBES School.
She lived mainly in Sussex (Hassocks and Ditchling), and exhibited in London and Paris. Illustrated for The Studio. In 1902 she exhibited and sold Evening at Marazion at NAG to a visitor from Montreal, who also purchased two paintings by A W DAVIDSON and one from Henry Meynell RHEAM in the same show. She also sold Azaleas in the same exhibition.
Landscape, flower and interior painter and illustrator
works and access
Works include: Evening at Marazion (1902 ); Azaleas (1902); Landscape with Cattle; Harbour at St Ives
Access: Hypatia Collection of Women's Art
Brook Street (23); International Society (12); L (3); PS (2); RA (8); RBA (14); RE; RHA; RI; ROI; SWA (29)
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