Ada Hill (AH W) Walker
(1879 - 1955)
Ada Hill (A.H. W.) Walker was active/lived in Scotland. Ada Walker is known for science illustration, floral painting, murals, teaching.
Ada Hill Walker (1879-10 November 1955) was a British scientific illustrator, artist and flower painter based in St Andrews in Scotland who provided illustrations for the scientific publications of William M'Intosh (1838-1931). She often signed her work as A.H.W., A.H. Walker and Ada H. Walker.
The daughter of Jessie (née Hill) and James Walker, Ada Hill Walker was an art teacher in St Andrews who with R. Smeaton Douglas co-authored A System of Brush Drawing and Design for Public Elementary Schools, a book on brush-drawing published in 1902 and for which Walker provided 15 illustrative plates.
She was the younger sister of architect William Hill Walker (1875- c1955).Displaying 750 of 1120 characters.
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