(1878 - 1917)
Hilda Fearon was active/lived in United Kingdom. Hilda Fearon is known for painting.
Biography Hilda Fearon
Hilda Fearon was born in 1878, in Banstead, Surrey. She was a painter of landscape and figure subjects.
Fearon began drawing and modeling while still at school, and later studied in Dresden under Robert H. Sterl . The artist also studied under Algernon Talmage at St Ives.
Her work was exhibited at the R.A. from 1908-17. In 1914, it was on display at the Paris Salon and at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh.
She died at the age of 39 in London.
A large oil - The Tea Party, 1916 - can be found in the Tate Collection, presented by Algernon Talmage in 1936 [ref no. N04832].