Mary Alment (9 April 1834 – 11 April 1908) was a Northern Irish landscape and portrait artist.
She was born on 9 April 1834 in Derry. She was the daughter of William F. Alment, and granddaughter of John Alment a Huguenot scientific and mathematical instrument maker.
Alment was a student of Henry MacManus whilst attending the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) School of Design. She lived for many years at 47 Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin, with Elizabeth Alment her niece and fellow artist. The two Alments both taught art in Dublin. Alment died on 11 April 1908 at home.
Alment worked primarily in watercolour, producing landscapes and portraits. Alment exhibited with the Royal Hibernian Academy
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