ADIE, Edith Helena

1864 - 1947

Born at Upper Tooting, London on 27 December 1864, second child and eldest daughter of Scott Adie (1822-1883), a woollen draper, and his wife Elizabeth Hannah née Everall, who married at St Giles, London in 1860. In 1871, a 6 year old living at Upper Tooting, Wandsworth with her parents, 48 year old Scott and 35 year old Elizabeth with siblings Millicent 4, Alice 2 and William 0. She studied at the South Kensington and at Westminster School of Art and at the Slade School of Fine Art. In 1911 a 45 year old artist living at 9 Brechin Place, South Kensington, London with her widowed mother and sibling brother Adie 49, and they kept 4 indoor servants. A watercolour artist and a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1920-1922 exhibiting from 4 Suffolk Place, Sevenoaks, Kent in 1920 two paintings, 'Colderadi, from Bordighera' and 'Near Bordighers', four pictures in 1921 'Mundaring Weir, W. Australia', 'Lake Como', 'Vanity' and another (262). In 1939 she was living on 'private means' at The Old House, Michelmersh Court, Romsey, Hampshire and she died at Tonbridge, Kent in 1947, aged 82, she was unmarried.




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