‘Angels in the Studio’ in Western Australia part 3: Passing through , Dorothy Erickson
Continuing our story of the women artists working in Western Australia before World War I, we will now turn to three ‘Angels’ who came, saw and conquered, but did not stay. They were all single, peripatetic, somewhat bohemian and left their mark in several societies. Marie Anne Tuck (1866–1947); Florence Ada Fuller (1867–1946); Artist-painter-decorator Kathleen Laetitia O’Connor, known as Kate, was born in 1876 at Hokitika in New Zealand to engineer Charles Yelverton O’Connorand his wife Susan Laetitia; Daisy Walder.
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