HARRIS, Mabel

? - ?

As Mabel Harris, she married at West Ham, Essex in 1932, artist John Gray Higgins (1873-1954) and they lived at Dedham, Essex. A watercolour flower, landscape and architectural painter and a linocut artist. She exhibited at Liverpool Walker Art Gallery, the Royal Academy, the Society of Women Artists and as Miss Mabel Harris, in 1941 exhibited six works at the Ipswich Art Club 'A Gateway in Bruges', 'Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey', 'Chichester Cathedral', 'Scheregate, Colchester', 'Dedham Vale' and a coloured linocut 'Primroses' and in 1942 four works 'Porte Marechale, Bruges', Pyrethrums', 'Houses in Dedham' and 'The Street, Dedham' and four in 1943 'Michaelmas Daisies', The Fen Bridge, near Flatford', 'Kersey' and 'Roses' and five in 1944 'Hollyhocks', 'Prince Lane, Dedham', 'Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey', 'A Street in Bruges' and 'Honesty and Toby'.