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a British flower-painter. She also had some proficiency in fruit-painting, and exhibited a fruit-piece at the Academy in her twenty-first year, 1796, after which date pictures of hers appeared there from time to time, and at the British Institute, and Suffolk Street, down to 1832. In 1805, Miss Byrne's father died. In 1806, she was elected associate-exhibitor at the Royal Watercolour Society, which was followed by her election to full membership in 1809.
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