LAURIE, Charlotte Mary

1928 - 2020

Charlotte Mary Laurie was born at Butlers Farm, Colne Road, Bures Saint Mary, Suffolk on 28 December 1928, the daughter of Andrew James Innes Laurie (23 February 1884-28 January 1969), a working farmer, and his wife Charlotte Jessie Wyllie née Roger (20 April 1902-2 April 1979), who married at Tending, Essex in 1924. Charlotte, or 'Busky' as she was known, had a farming background and studied under artist Bernard Adams (1884-1965) in his Chelsea Studio in London. She has exhibited in London and the provinces, including with the Society of Women Artists. In 1980, her oil 'The Forge, Stoke by Nayland' dated 1960, was exhibited at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. She lived at 3 Thorington Street, Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk from where she exhibited at the 'Visions of Sudbury' at St Peter's church, Sudbury in 2007, two oil paintings 'The Mill Hotel' and 'Highland Cattle, Sudbury' and in 2009 an oil 'The Maldon Grey'. Charlotte Mary Laurie died at Stoke-by-Nayland on 8 July 2020, she was unmarried.

Works by This Artist