Amy Julia Drucker (1873-1951)

Amy Julia Drucker (1873-1951) was a British artist and educator of Jewish descent. The daughter of a wine merchant from Germany, she was born in London and grew up in Hampstead. She was educated at St John's Wood Art School and the Lambeth School of Art. She had a studio in Bloomsbury. Besides paintings, watercolours and pastels, she also produced lithographs, miniatures, woodcut prints, drawings and etchings. She exhibited her work regularly from 1888 to 1939 at various venues in England, including 12 times at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.
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