She studied at the Charles Walter SIMPSON School of Painting, and although a founder member of STISA did not settle for any length of time in St Ives, instead contributing to shows for over twenty years from her Cheltenham home. Her addresses over the years included Liverpool (1915 and 1923) and Shropshire (1921). She exhibited also at the International Society, Walker in Liverpool and Manchester City.
Her portrait, executed by Ruth SIMPSON, was exhibited on St Ives Show Day in 1921.
Painter of still-life and portraits
works and access
Likenesses of the Artist: portrait by Ruth Simpson (1921)
RA (3) 1921 and 1922
St Ives Piazza Studios Show Day 1922, March 1923 East and West
STISA 1936, 1937 and 1951 Festival of Britain Touring Shows
Plymouth Art Gallery St Ives and Newlyn colonies (Group) 1922;
Walker Gallery, Liverpool Jubilee Exhibition 1922
St Ives Times 23 Mar 1923
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash;
Whybrow (1994) St Ives (1921-39 list)