Susan Alice Mary DASHWOOD
Little is known about the artist, who exhibited only once, at the Royal Society of British Artists in 1897. Her address was then given as 59 Oakley Street, Chelsea.
Three of her watercolours are held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Two are interior studies of a room at Kirtlington Park, painted in 1876 and 1891.
Susan Dashwood was the thrice great-granddaughter of Sir James Dashwood, 2nd Baronet of Kirtlington Park (1715–1779).
Painter in oils and watercolours, interiors
works and access
In a Cornish studio, St Ives, circa 1900. Oil on canvas, 24in x 30in. A delightful snapshot of a St Ives loft studio, possibly the St Ives Art Club, on Westcott's Quay.
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York)
misc further info
Johnson & Greutzner (2008)