Married to the artist John McKirdy DUNCAN, Ann was living in London in 1930 when she had her first success at the RA. Two years later she and her husband had a joint show at the Fine Art Society in which she showed thirty works.
By 1933 they had moved to Mousehole in Cornwall, and it is probable at this juncture that she studied further under Stanhope FORBES (this remained her sending-in address until at least 1937). She was a painter of figures, landscape and still life.
Painter of figures, landscape and still life in oils
works and access
Works include: Negress (c1947); Mousehole Harbour
RA (3) 1930
Fine Art Society April 1932 (joint show with husband)
STISA Spring Exhibition1945, 1945 and 1947(W) Touring Shows
I Green [in] Hardie 2009 Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall p78
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash;