Mary Ann Flaxman

Born: 1768 in London
Died: 1833
Painter, draughtswoman, illustrator, wax-modeller. Lived mainly in London, but also in Italy and Weimar. Half-sister of sculptor John Flaxman, R.A.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 2
Archives: 3
Under The Patronage Of His Majesty, Compositions Of The "Acts Of Mercy", Drawn By The Late John Flaxman Esqre. R.A.P.S. 1 Instruct The Ignorant. 2 Feed The Hungry. 3 Clothe The Naked. 4 Visit The Sick. 5 Comfort The Afflicted. 6 Go To The House Of Mourning. 7 Comfort The Fatherless & Widow. 8 Deliver The Captive. Engraved by F.C. Lewis, Engraver of Drawings, to the King.   - London Published Jany. 1st. 1831   
Compositions From The Tragedies of Aeschylus, Designed By Iohn Flaxman, Engraved By Thomas Piroli, And Frank Howard.   - London Publish'd April 15th. 1831   
HU/4/113    M. Udny, to Ozias Humphry, 13 Bond Street, London    2 Nov [1795]    Item   
LAW/5/332    Mary Ann Flaxman and Maria Denman, Union Place, to Sir Thos. Lawrence    15 May 1829    Item   
LAW/5/192    Mary A. Flaxman to Sir Thos. Lawrence    24 Nov [c.1827]    Item