(1876 - 1960)
Eva Henrietta Hamilton was active/lived in United Kingdom, Ireland, England. Eva Hamilton is known for watercolor landscapes, portrait painting.
Biography Eva Hamilton
Eva Hamilton (Portraits, Landscapes, Watercolourist) (1876-1960)
Born in county Meath, the sister of Letitia Hamilton (1878-1964), the fiery red-headed Eva trained at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art and later at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. A portraitist of some talent, her subjects included a number of Dublin luminaries such as Sir Thomas Moffatt, Oliver Fry and Sir William Mahon.
From her early twenties onwards she was a regular exhibitor with the Water Colour Society of Ireland, and in 1904, began contributing to the annual shows at the Royal Hibernian Academy, where she exhibited a total of 120 works over the next forty years. She also showed in combination with her sister Letitia Hamilton.
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