Born in Folkestone, she studied under Frank Marriott at Goldsmith's College, at Camberwell School of Art and at Redhill School of Art under William Todd BROWN. She painted watercolours of local scenes. There is not much known of her movements between 1909, when she was living in Horley, and the beginning of WWII, but by 1940 she was living in Mousehole, Cornwall.
Painter in watercolours
RA (1) 1903; STISA Autumn 1941 (new associate member), 1947 (SA), 49 and 51 FoB Touring Shows
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash;