The daughter of a barrister, she was born and educated in London and studied at the London School of Art where she won a scholarship for life drawing. She also went to St John's Wood School of Art and South Kensington. She worked in tempera and watercolours, and painted decorative panels and posters.
In 1927 she was living in Whitestone, near Exeter, but by the early 1930s, had moved to St Ives. Unusually, she moved to London during WWII, providing decoration for bomb-damaged shop fronts.
Painter, poster artist
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Works include: Willow Pattern (1934); Withermarsh Green (1934); Pearl 1934; Pea-pickers (in tempera,1934)
Wembley Exhibition 1924, Burma Section (her posters were bought by the office of the High Commissioner for India); RA (4) 1927 (her first), 1934,1947 (her last); STISA Winter Show 1932, Show day 1933, 1934, 36 and 37 Touring Shows; Piazza Studio after 1933 (with Edward Pulling)
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