Fradgley moved from Burford (Oxon) to St Ives in 1923, living at 7 Albany Terrace.
She seems to have left the town in 1931. The addresses given for her exhibits for the next few years were listed as various hotels around the country, then Southampton in 1936. Latterly, she settled in Chilbolton, Hampshire in 1938.
One of her best works is considered to be a portrait of Kathleen BRADSHAW (1927) of St Ives days.
Painter of portraits and landscapes in watercolour
works and access
Works Include: The Harbour of St Ives (1923); The Parrot (1926); Portrait of Kathleen Bradshaw (1927)
STISA March Show Day 1923, Show Day 1927, 1932 Touring Show
SWA 1925 onwards
RA (1) 1941
NAG July 1926, December 1926
STISA 1927-cI932 (Founder member)
The Cornishman 7 Jul 1926, 8 Dec 1926
St Ives Times 23 Mar 1923
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
NAG Exhibition records WCAA
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash
Whybrow (1994) St Ives