Amy K Browning (1881 - 1978)
AMY K. BROWNING (1881-1978)
Signed; inscribed on the reverse Oil on board cm., in. (frame size cm., in.)
Exhibited: possibly London, Royal Academy, 1956, no.186
Amy Katherine Browning (nee Dugdale) was born in the Luton, Bedfordshire. She entered the Royal College of Art in 1899 where she studied under Gerald Moira. She became a friend of Sylvia Pankhurst and together they created an art exhibition for the Women’s Social and Political Union in 1909. She also provided illustrations for the Suffragist newspaper Dreadnaught. A British Impressionist artist, she painted, portraits and interiors, exhibiting regularly at the Fine Art Society, Royal Academy and Paris Salon. She is represented in many public collections.