Artwork of the Day: Lily McDougall

The Headscarf by Lily McDougall

The Headscarf by Lily McDougall.  Source

Lily Martha Maud McDOUGALL 1875 – 1958

Born in Glasgow in 1875, Lily Martha Maud McDougall studied in Edinburgh and Antwerp, and later lived in Paris from 1900-4. She exhibited with the Society of Scottish Artists, as one of the first women to be permitted entry, and at the Glasgow Institute. She was best known for her still-life and flower studies in oil and watercolour.
From ExploreArt at Gracefield Arts Centre.

 

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