YOUNGMAN, Annie Mary

1859 - 1919

Annie Mary Youngman, was baptised at Saffron Walden, Essex on 25 March 1859, daughter of John Mallows Youngman [q.v.] and his wife Mary Ann née Hinchliff, who married at Pentonville, London on 2 September 1856. About 1871 the family moved to London and in 1881, Annie was a 21 year old student at the Royal Academy, living at Notting Hill Terrace, Kensington with her parents, 64 year old John, 'income from dividends', and 47 year old Mary Ann, with 23 year old sibling brother George Mallows. A flower and landscape artist, Youngman won the prize for her oil painting 'Yussuff, or A Modern Egyptian' at the Bury St Edmund's and West Suffolk Fine Art Society [q.v.] exhibition at the Town Hall, Bury St Edmund's in September 1882 and also exhibited her work at the Royal Academy; the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and elsewhere including the Palace of Fine Arts at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. Her paintings 'From a Neopolitan Villa' and 'Who Loves a Garden Loves a Greenhouse too' were included in Walter Shaw Sparrow's 'Women Painters of the World' (1905). In 1911, a water-colour painter, boarding at Thackery Hotel, Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London. She died at Camberwell House, Peckham Road, Camberwell, London on 10 January 1919, aged 52, she was unmarried and left her estate of 15,457 to her brother Revd George Mallows Youngman. She was posthumously elected a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in the same year.






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