HINE, Victoria Susanna

1840 - 1926

As Victoria Susanna[h] Colkett, she was born at St Georgeís Tombland, Norwich, Norfolk on 25 May 1840, daughter of Norwich School artist Samuel David Colkett (1 March 1806-24 January 1863) and his wife Hamutal née Brook (1810-29 April 1893), who married at St Pancras Old Church, London on 4 August 1830. Victoria studied at Norwich School of Art and married at St Saviour's Church, Haverstock Hill, London on 25 June 1874 artist Harry Hine. A landscape artist who painted many views of Cambridge colleges and exhibited under her maiden name 1859-1874 before her marriage then under her married name of Mrs Harry Hine 1874-1893. An Associate of the Royal Society of Painter-etchers 1887 and as Mrs Victoria S. Hine, a member of the Norwich Art Circle in 1889 from St Albans. As Miss V. S. Colkett she exhibited at the Royal Academy and as Victoria Hine exhibited at the Dudley Gallery; Dowdeswell Gallery; Manchester City Art Gallery; New Gallery; two works at the Royal Society of British Artists 1882 and 1889, and twelve works at the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and the Society of Women Artists, from London in 1880, St Albanís 1881 and 1905, Stevenage, Hertfordshire in 1905 and from Botesdale, Suffolk from 1908, her works included 'Pear Tree Cottage, Eastbourne', 'Steps Street, Bristol' and 'Dark's Farm, Tunbridge'. In 1881, she was living at Holywell Hill, St Alban's, Hertfordshire before moving to Pulborough House, Botesdale, Suffolk about 1906. Victoria Susanna Hine was of Pulborough House, Botesdale, Suffolk when she died in Suffolk District Asylum, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk on 20 June 1926, aged 86.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from Trumpington Street, Cambridge
1870 598 Chingford Old Church, Essex - watercolour

Works by This Artist