1885 - 1969

Cecile Maud Gertrude Caullet, was a sister of Belgian artist Albert Caullet (1875-1950) and was probably taught art by her father. Variously known as Cecilia Cauliet. She exhibited with her wildlife artist brother, Albert Caullet, at Portenart Gallery, Brussels from 22 March to 1 April 1938. She married in Belgium in 1946, Raymond S. Green [q.v.]. As Cecile Caullet, a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1949-1953, exhibiting from 10 Belstead Road, Ipswich, two paintings in 1949 'Wallflowers' and 'Scabious', and in 1950 three paintings 'Apple Blossom', 'Tulips' and 'Flowers', which were her last. She was at Belstead Road in 1947 but had departed by 1952 when it was the home of John E. Howard. Cecile died at Morland Lodge, Morland Road, Croydon, Surrey on 2 February 1969, aged 83.