(1880 - 1956)
Maud Winifred Sherwood was active/lived in Australia. Maud Sherwood is known for painting.
Biography Maud Sherwood
In 1924 Maud Sherwood was elected to the committee of the Australian Watercolour Institute in Sydney. She was the only woman on the committee. In April 1925 she returned to Wellington and held a solo exhibition with the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts. She returned to Australia but left in 1926, and traveled, worked and exhibited in Italy, France, Spain and Tunisia.
Despite exhibitions with many of the leading art societies she was financially dependent on an allowance from her husband. In 1932 she exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Maud Sherwood returned to Australia in 1933. After her seven-year working tour overseas, exhibitions in Sydney and Melbourne fetched plaudits from critics whi
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