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St Swithun's Women in History - Maud Tindal Atkinson

Pictured: The Bird in a Cage, a portrait of Maud Tindal Atkinson by Byram Shaw

Artist Maud Tindal Atkinson exhibited 15 paintings at the Royal Academy from 1906-1937, including her watercolour The Red Shoes. Her painting Ariel was widely printed in several books in 1915 and Atkinson went on to illustrate several children’s books.

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