HUNNIBELL, Miss Annie Lucy

1864 - 1946

Born at Ipswich on 17 May 1864, daughter of Charles Frederick Hunnibell [q.v.], a music seller, and his wife Anne née Franklin, who married at Ipswich in 1853. Her father had a music shop at 45 Butter Market, Ipswich and Annie was an assistant in his shop. A painter in oil of landscapes and a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1885-1889 and exhibited from 45 Butter Market, Ipswich in 1881 three paintings 'Autumn Fragments', 'Early Spring' and 'Snowdrops'; in 1882 five works 'Near Home-The Grove, Stutton', 'Snowdrops', 'The Drift, Stutton', 'Pound Lane, Hackney' and 'Near Alton Hall, Stutton'; in 1883 four works 'Spring', 'Church Lane, Stutton', 'Fish Pond, Crowe Hall' and View on the Orwell, from Cliff Lane' and a further twenty-one works 1885-1890, mostly local views including ‘Cottages at Long Melford’ ‘Playford Hall’ and ‘Melford Green’ (1888). She married at Ipswich in 1892, Albert Mowle (28 July 1869-1951) and in 1901 a 36 year old living at Bawdsey Road, Alderton, Suffolk the wife of 30 year old Albert, a police constable, and their three daughters. By 1911 they had moved to 45 Norwich Road, Lowestoft with the addition of a son, born at Alderton in 1901. In 1939 living at 32 Princes Street, Lowestoft with her husband Albert, now a police pensioner and she died at Lowestoft in 1946, aged 81. Her painting of a Cornish Village offered at auction in 2011 was unsold.

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