This collection contains correspondence from numerous British artists during the 19th and early 20th century received and
collected by British painter Edith Hipkins. The majority of the correspondence consists of personal letters sent to Hipkins
and her father, musician Alfred J. Hipkins.
Edith Hipkins (1854-1945) was a British portrait painter, who exhibited her work regularly at the Royal Academy of Arts between
1883 and 1911. A portrait she painted of her father, Alfred James Hipkins, is in the National Portrait Gallery in London.
0.21 linear feet
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