Born in Melbourne, Australia, Larking came to England and studied at the Slade, the LCC Central School, and at the Royal College of Art. She exhibited work in pen and sepia, and was the long-term companion of Marjorie Heudebourck BALLANCE, and in 1929 was apparently living in Warlington, Dorset. Her work locally is first mentioned in STISA's Winter Exhibition of 1932.
Pen and sepia artist
STISA Winter Exhibition 1932, Show Day 1933, 1934 Touring Show
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p334)
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash