1800, Mar 201862, Aug 18
an English flower and miniature painter, and author. In 1840 she published Songs of Azrael and other poems under the name of Mrs Turnbull. In the same year she became the second wife of the flower painter, Valentine Bartholomew. Her play The Ring, or the Farmer's Daughter, a domestic drama in two acts, appeared in 1845, and another, a farce called It's Only My Aunt was first performed at the Marylebone Theatre in 1849. She occasionally exhibited flower or fruit pieces, and showed at the Royal Academy. The British Museum has one watercolour of this kind, but her main employment was miniatures for brooches and jewellery.
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