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Display artist/maker:

Florence A. Claxton

Born: c.1838   Died: 1920, UK, England   Active: 1859 - 1879

Illustrator and painter. Daughter of painter Marshall Claxton and elder sister of illustrator Adelaide Claxton. Spent some time at Carey’s School of Art, but was also taught by her father. Travelled with the family to Australia, India and Egypt, 1850-7. Exhibited her painting Scenes from the Life of a Female Artist with the Society of Women Artists in 1858 and continued to support women’s rights throughout her career. She wrote and illustrated many humorous commentaries on contemporary life and the situation of women. Her best-known work, The Choice of Paris: An Idyll, c.1860, satirises the work of the Pre-Raphaelites with caricatures of the main figures of the movement. The watercolour was exhibited at the Portland Gallery and reproduced in the Illustrated London News in 1860. Produced many drawings and engravings for books, journals and magazines, often working in collaboration with her sister. Married in 1868 and produced less work, although in 1871 her Adventures of a Woman in Search of Her Rights was published, which features 100 of her witty illustrations

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

A Chat about Valentines PL618 Prints1860s

Absent Friends PL624 Prints1860s

At Ems-Baden PL627 Prints1860s

Faces in the Fire PL625 Prints1860s

In Dreamland PL637 Prints1860s

London Societies PL609 Prints1860s

Once More at the Exhibition PL614 Prints1860s

[Seated nun] PL617 Prints1860s

Social Science PL616 Prints1860s

Society on its Feet PL619 Prints1860s

St. Valentines Day PL626 Prints1860s