(1896 - 1959)
Cathleen S. Mann was active/lived in United Kingdom. Cathleen Mann is known for Portrait painting and costume design.
Biography Cathleen Mann
Cathleen Mann's parents, Florence Sabine Pasely and the painter Harrington Mann taught her to paint, along with portrait painter Ethel Walker. Not only was she an extremely accomplished portrait painter but she was also a costume designer for films, notably "The Iron Duke" of 1935 starring George Airless and "Things to Come" of 1937 starring Raymond Massey.
Cathleen Mann actually donated some of her costume designs to the Victoria and Albert Museum so that it was available to the public to see. Cathleen Mann married John Robert Follett before the Second World War, but then tragically Follett died in action which led to his wife having a nervous breakdown, after which she produced her greatest works.
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