National Centennial Exhibition of New Zealand Art Catalogue
Frances Hodgkins was born in Dunedin, and received art tuition from her father, W. M. Hodgkins, and from G. P. Nerli. Miss Hodgkins went to England in 1901, and with the exception of one visit to New Zealand, has spent her time painting in England and on the Continent. She studied under Norman Garstin at the New Lynn School of Art, and was later a teacher at the Colarossi Art School in the Latin quarter in Paris. She has exhibited extensively at the Royal Academy and the Paris Salon. At present she has a studio in London, and from time to time has held "one-man" shows at Lefévre's galleries and others.
150 MAORI WOMAN AND CHILD (water colour)
Lent by the National Art Gallery, Wellington
151 MY LANDLADY (water colour)
152 BY THE BROOK (water colour)
Lent by the Auckland Art Gallery