Rowley Leggett (1904-1919)

An artist of the British school, Rowley Leggett, a talented female artist, painted a variety of subjects. She exhibited regularly between the years 1904 and 1919. In her lifetime, she exhibited 22 canvases at the Ridley Art Club, 16 at the Society of Women Artists, 14 at the London Salon, 3 at the Royal Cambrian Society, 8 at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, 3 at the Royal Society of British Artists at Birmingham, 4 at the International Society, 1 at the Goupil Gallery, and 4 at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. In 1910, she was made an associate of the Society of Women Artists, a very important accomplishment for a female British artist.
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