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Women artists have been overlooked throughout history. Although steps are being taken to redress this imbalance, women remain underrepresented in collections and sometimes it can be difficult to find their works or even to know where to start looking. There are thousands of women artists represented on Art UK, and to give you a place to start exploring their works we have created 26 Curations of women artists, divided up by surname A-Z. The set of Curations contains works by 1,000 female artists in total. You won't find the likes of Frida Kahlo or Hilma af Klint as their works are not in UK public collections (yet), but you will find a wealth of art from works by Eileen Agar to Doris Zinkeisen – and plenty more in between.

Artists featured in this Curation: Mary Cassatt (1844–1926), Dorothy Cadman (1888–1918), Margaret Cahill, Joyce W. Cairns (b.1947), Sophie Calle (b.1953), Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879), Katharine Cameron (1874–1965), Mary Cameron (1864–1921), Rosetta Camrass (1876–1969), Estella Louisa Michaela Canziani (1887–1964), and 71 more
80 artworks
  • Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)

    Portrait of a Woman 1881–1883
    Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)
    Oil on canvas
    H 99.1 x W 72.4 cm
    Birmingham Museums Trust
    Portrait of a Woman
    Photo credit: Birmingham Museums Trust

  • Dorothy Cadman (1885–1927)

    Self Portrait c.1910
    Dorothy Cadman (1888–1918)
    Oil on canvas
    H 98 x W 82 cm
    New College, University of Oxford
    Self Portrait
    Photo credit: New College, University of Oxford

  • Margaret Cahill

    Between Closed Doors
    Margaret Cahill
    Oil on canvas
    H 41 x W 41 cm
    Salford Museum & Art Gallery
    Between Closed Doors
    © the artist. Photo credit: Salford Museum & Art Gallery

  • Joyce W. Cairns (b.1947)

    The Loss 1990
    Joyce W. Cairns (b.1947)
    Oil on board
    H 183 x W 122 cm
    Scottish Maritime Museum
    The Loss
    © the artist. Photo credit: Scottish Maritime Museum

  • Sophie Calle (b.1953)

    Los Angeles 2002
    Sophie Calle (b.1953)
    Set of 20 iris prints with text pages & leather cover
    H 29.5 x W 21.3 cm
    Hiscox Collection
    Los Angeles
    © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2023. Photo credit: Hiscox Collection

  • Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879)

    Charles Darwin 1868–1869
    Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879)
    Albumen print
    H 33 x W 25.6 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    Charles Darwin
    Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Katherine Cameron (1874–1965)

    Iris and Other Flowers
    Katharine Cameron (1874–1965)
    Watercolour
    East Ayrshire Council
    Iris and Other Flowers
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: East Ayrshire Council

  • Mary Cameron (1864–1921)

    Les joueurs c.1907
    Mary Cameron (1864–1921)
    Oil on canvas
    H 121.9 x W 163.8 cm
    Museums & Galleries Edinburgh – City of Edinburgh Council
    Les joueurs
    Photo credit: Museums & Galleries Edinburgh – City of Edinburgh Council

  • Rosetta Camrass (1876–1969)

    The Old Woman c.1899
    Rosetta Camrass (1876–1969)
    Oil on canvas
    H 70.8 x W 52.7 cm
    The Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate
    The Old Woman
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate

  • Estella Louisa Michaela Canziani (1887–1964)

    Costume de ma grandmère, Bourg Saint Maurice, Savoy
    Estella Louisa Michaela Canziani (1887–1964)
    Tempera on panel
    H 20.1 x W 15.1 cm
    Birmingham Museums Trust
    Costume de ma grandmère, Bourg Saint Maurice, Savoy
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Birmingham Museums Trust

  • Joan Carlile (1600–1679)

    The Carlile Family with Sir Justinian Isham in Richmond Park
    Joan Carlile (1600–1679)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 74 cm
    Lamport Hall
    The Carlile Family with Sir Justinian Isham in Richmond Park
    Photo credit: Lamport Hall

  • Hilda Carline (1889–1950)

    Self-Portrait 1923
    Hilda Anne Carline (1889–1950)
    Oil on canvas
    H 74.9 x W 57.8 cm
    Tate
    Self-Portrait
    Photo credit: Tate

  • Nancy Carline (1909–2004)

    VE Night 1946
    Nancy Carline (1909–2004)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.8 x W 61.6 cm
    Manchester Art Gallery
    VE Night
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

  • Margaret Sarah Carpenter (1793–1872)

    Ada King (1815–1852), Countess of Lovelace, Mathematician, Daughter of Lord Byron 1836
    Margaret Sarah Carpenter (1793–1872)
    Oil on canvas
    H 216 x W 137 cm
    Government Art Collection
    Ada King (1815–1852), Countess of Lovelace, Mathematician, Daughter of Lord Byron
    Photo credit: Government Art Collection

  • Rosalba Giovanna Carriera (1673–1757)

    Gustavus Hamilton (1710–1746), 2nd Viscount Boyne 1730–1731
    Rosalba Giovanna Carriera (1673–1757)
    Pastel & white bodycolour on paper
    H 59.7 x W 47.6 cm
    The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
    Gustavus Hamilton (1710–1746), 2nd Viscount Boyne
    Photo credit: The Henry Barber Trust, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham

  • Dora Carrington (1893–1932)

    Lytton Strachey 1916
    Dora Carrington (1893–1932)
    Oil on panel
    H 50.8 x W 60.9 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    Lytton Strachey
    Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Leonora Carrington (1917–2011)

    The Old Maids 1947
    Leonora Carrington (1917–2011)
    Oil on board
    H 58.2 x W 73.8 cm
    Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
    The Old Maids
    © ARS, NY and DACS, London 2023. Photo credit: Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia

  • Thelma Carstensen (1906–1992)

    Male Figure 1933
    Thelma Carstensen (1906–1992)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.2 x W 50.8 cm
    UCL Culture
    Male Figure
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: UCL Culture

  • Florence Carter-Wood (1888–1914)

    Fountain of Lights
    Florence Carter-Wood (1888–1914)
    Oil on canvas
    H 50.5 x W 61 cm
    The Munnings Art Museum
    Fountain of Lights
    Photo credit: The Munnings Art Museum

  • Judy Cassab (1920–2015)

    Princess Marina (1906–1968) exhibited 1962
    Judy Cassab (1920–2015)
    Oil on canvas
    H 127 x W 100 cm
    Bethlem Museum of the Mind
    Princess Marina (1906–1968)
    © DACS 2024. Photo credit: Bethlem Museum of the Mind

  • Halima Cassell (b.1975)

    Kirigami 2004
    Halima Cassell (b.1975)
    Unglazed clay
    H 20 x W 30.5 cm
    Jerwood Collection
    Kirigami
    © the artist. Photo credit: Jerwood Collection

  • Anne Marie Blaupot ten Cate (1902–2002)

    Girl with Flowers 1935
    Anne Marie Blaupot ten Cate (1902–2002)
    Oil on canvas
    H 52.5 x W 44.5 cm
    Salford Museum & Art Gallery
    Girl with Flowers
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Salford Museum & Art Gallery

  • Helen Chadwick (1953–1996)

    Piss Flowers 2016
    Helen Chadwick (1953–1996)
    Enamelled bronze
    Jupiter Artland
    Piss Flowers
    © The Estate of the Artist; Courtesy of Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. Photo credit: Allan Pollok-Morris. Courtesy of Jupiter Artland

  • Brenda Chamberlain (1912–1971)

    The Fisherman's Return 1949
    Brenda Chamberlain (1912–1971)
    Oil on canvas
    H 102.3 x W 76.8 cm
    Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales
    The Fisherman's Return
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales

  • June Crisfield Chapman (1934–2017)

    On a Raised Beach
    June Crisfield Chapman (1934–2017)
    Wood engraving print
    H 19 x W 14.5 cm
    The Fleming Collection
    On a Raised Beach
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: The Fleming Collection

  • Daphne Charlton (1909–1991)

    Gayton Nurseries
    Daphne Charlton (1909–1991)
    Oil on canvas
    H 37 x W 49 cm
    Burgh House and Hampstead Museum
    Gayton Nurseries
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Burgh House and Hampstead Museum

  • Malvina Cheek (1915–2016)

    Your Gas Mask Will Take Care of You c.1938
    Malvina Cheek (1915–2016)
    Oil on canvas
    H 48 x W 38 cm
    Royal Air Force Museum
    Your Gas Mask Will Take Care of You
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Royal Air Force Museum

  • Elizaveta Petrovna Cheremisinova (Elisabeth Tcheremissinof) (1877–1963)

    Montague John Rendall (1862–1950) c.1938
    Elizaveta Petrovna Cheremisinova (Elisabeth Tcheremissinof) (1877–1963)
    Bronze
    H 28 x W 80 x D 50 cm
    Winchester College
    Montague John Rendall (1862–1950)
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Winchester College

  • Evelyn Cheston (1875–1929)

    Creech Barrow, Dorset
    Evelyn Cheston (1875–1929)
    Oil on canvas
    H 84.4 x W 110.5 cm
    Manchester Art Gallery
    Creech Barrow, Dorset
    Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

  • Anna Cheyne (1926–2002)

    Pollution Chair 1985
    Anna Cheyne (1926–2002)
    Ceramic & mixed media
    H 51 x W 20 x D 17 cm
    Royal Ulster Academy Diploma Collection
    Pollution Chair
    © DACS 2023. Photo credit: Royal Ulster Academy Diploma Collection

  • Milly Childers (1866–1922)

    Self Portrait 1889
    Milly Childers (1866–1922)
    Oil on canvas
    H 92 x W 68 cm
    Leeds Museums and Galleries
    Self Portrait
    Photo credit: Bridgeman Images

  • Margaret Isobel Chilton (1875–1963)

    Feed My Lambs 1912
    Margaret Isobel Chilton (1875–1963)
    Stained glass
    H 201 x W 36 cm
    The Stained Glass Museum
    Feed My Lambs
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Stained Glass Museum

  • Annie Chrimes (1863–1942)

    John Smith (d.1905), Bellman of Warrington (1887–1905) 1887
    Annie Chrimes (1863–1942)
    Oil on canvas
    H 110 x W 76 cm
    Warrington Museum & Art Gallery
    John Smith (d.1905), Bellman of Warrington (1887–1905)
    Photo credit: Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

  • Fanny Lam Christie (b.1952)

    Endangered Species II 2015
    Fanny Lam Christie (b.1952)
    Bronze
    H 64 x W 23.5 x D 15.5 cm
    Perth & Kinross Council
    Endangered Species II
    © the artist. Photo credit: Perth & Kinross Council

  • Ann Christopher (b.1947)

    Standing Line 1989
    Ann Christopher (b.1947)
    Bronze
    H 59.6 x W 17.7 x D 95 cm
    Royal Academy of Arts
    Standing Line
    © the artist. Photo credit: Royal Academy of Arts

  • Anne Christopherson (1921–2013)

    Shipbuilding at Greenwich c.1970
    Anne Christopherson (1921–2013)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 76 cm
    National Maritime Museum
    Shipbuilding at Greenwich
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

  • Katherine Church (1910–1999)

    Pear Trees and Pond at Sutton House, Dorset 1980
    Katherine Church (1910–1999)
    Oil on canvas
    H 48.6 x W 90 cm
    The Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate
    Pear Trees and Pond at Sutton House, Dorset
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate

  • Jean M. Clark (1902–1999)

    The Sidcup Whistler 1918
    Jean M. Clark (1902–1999)
    Oil on canvas
    H 66 x W 53 cm
    London Borough of Bexley
    The Sidcup Whistler
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: London Borough of Bexley

  • Edna Clarke Hall (1879–1979)

    Still Life of a Basket on a Chair 1900
    Edna Clarke Hall (1879–1979)
    Oil on canvas
    H 55.8 x W 40.6 cm
    Tate
    Still Life of a Basket on a Chair
    © Tate. Photo credit: Tate

  • Bethia Mary Clarke (1867–1959)

    The Great Hall
    Bethia Mary Clarke (1867–1959)
    Oil on canvas
    H 56 x W 84 cm
    The Royal Hospital Chelsea
    The Great Hall
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Royal Hospital Chelsea

  • Dora Clarke (1895–1959)

    Girl from Massachusetts 1962
    Dora Clarke (1895–1989)
    Rosewood
    H 31.2 x W 16 x D 23 cm
    Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
    Girl from Massachusetts
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

  • Margaret Clarke (1888–1961)

    Robin Redbreast
    Margaret Clarke (1888–1961)
    Oil on canvas
    H 51 x W 38.2 cm
    National Museums NI
    Robin Redbreast
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Museums NI

  • Camille Claudel (1864–1943)

    L'implorante c.1898
    Camille Claudel (1864–1943)
    Bronze
    H 28.2 x W 36 cm
    Glasgow Life Museums
    L'implorante
    Photo credit: Glasgow Life Museums

  • Katharine Frances Clausen (1886–1936)

    I. M. Coope c.1927
    Katharine Frances Clausen (1886–1936)
    Oil on canvas
    H 68.9 x W 51 cm
    Braintree District Museum
    I. M. Coope
    Photo credit: Braintree District Museum

  • Elizabeth Campbell Clay (1871–1959)

    The Seine 1906
    Elizabeth Campbell Fisher Clay (1871–1959)
    Oil on canvas
    H 50.7 x W 58.4 cm
    The Hepworth Wakefield
    The Seine
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Hepworth Wakefield

  • Prunella Clough (1919–1999)

    Lowestoft Harbour 1951
    Prunella Clough (1919–1999)
    Oil on canvas
    H 162.6 x W 106.7 cm
    Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre
    Lowestoft Harbour
    © estate of Prunella Clough. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

  • Evelyn Alice Clutton-Brock (1876–1964

    Study of the Head of an Adolescent
    Evelyn Alice Clutton-Brock (1876–1964)
    Oil on canvas
    H 46 x W 36 cm
    National Trust, Chastleton House
    Study of the Head of an Adolescent
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Eleanor Coade (1733–1821)

    Elizabeth I (1533–1603) c.1780
    Eleanor Coade (1733–1821) and John Bacon I (1740–1799)
    Coade stone
    H 54.5 cm
    National Trust, Waddesdon Manor
    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
    Photo credit: Waddesdon (Rothschild Foundation)

  • Hilary Dulcie Cobbett (1885–1976)

    VE Day Celebrations, Waterloo Place, Richmond, Surrey 1945
    Hilary Dulcie Cobbett (1885–1976)
    Oil on canvas & board
    H 30.5 x W 40.5 cm
    Richmond upon Thames Borough Art Collection
    VE Day Celebrations, Waterloo Place, Richmond, Surrey
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Richmond upon Thames Borough Art Collection

  • Helen Lavinia Cochrane (1868–1946)

    Rezzolla Loggia, Pugliola, Italy c.1938
    Helen Lavinia Cochrane (1868–1946)
    Tempera on board
    H 25 x W 18.4 cm
    Victoria Art Gallery
    Rezzolla Loggia, Pugliola, Italy
    Photo credit: Victoria Art Gallery

  • Christabel Annie Cockerell (1864–1951)

    John Passmore Edwards (1823–1911) 1899
    Christabel Annie Cockerell (1864–1951)
    Oil on canvas
    H 100 x W 52.5 cm
    Hackney Museum
    John Passmore Edwards (1823–1911)
    Photo credit: Hackney Museum

  • Isabel Codrington (1874–1943)

    Cantine Franco-Britannique, Vitry-le-François 1919
    Isabel Codrington (1874–1943)
    Oil on canvas
    H 137.1 x W 182.8 cm
    IWM (Imperial War Museums)
    Cantine Franco-Britannique, Vitry-le-François
    Photo credit: IWM (Imperial War Museums)

  • Dorothy Josephine Coke (1897–1979)

    Female Figure Standing 1918
    Dorothy Josephine Coke (1897–1979)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.2 x W 50.8 cm
    UCL Culture
    Female Figure Standing
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: UCL Culture

  • Violet Vicat Cole (1890–1955)

    Roundstone, Connemara, Ireland
    Violet Vicat Cole (1890–1955)
    Oil on canvas
    H 75 x W 56 cm
    Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
    Roundstone, Connemara, Ireland
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery

  • Grace Marion Collcutt (1875–1954)

    Firelight c.1925
    Grace Marion Collcutt (1875–1954)
    Oil on canvas
    H 55.9 x W 45.7 cm
    Brighton & Hove Museums
    Firelight
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Brighton & Hove Museums

  • Ruth Collet (1909–2001)

    Roofs
    Ruth Collet (1909–2001)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 51 cm
    Ben Uri Collection
    Roofs
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Ben Uri Collection

  • Marion Collier (1859–1887)

    John Collier 1882–1883
    Marion Collier (1859–1887)
    Oil on canvas
    H 127.1 x W 108 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    John Collier
    Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Barbara Crystal Collingwood (1887–1961)

    The Sketcher c.1915
    Barbara Crystal Collingwood (1887–1961)
    Plaster
    H 49 x W 56 x D 29 cm
    The Ruskin Museum
    The Sketcher
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Ruskin Museum

  • Ithell Colquhoun (1906–1988)

    Scylla 1938
    Ithell Colquhoun (1906–1988)
    Oil on board
    H 91.4 x W 61 cm
    Tate
    Scylla
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Tate

  • Angela Conner (b.1935)

    Ian Fleming (1908–1964) 2003
    Angela Conner (b.1935)
    Bronze with a marble plinth
    H 48 x W 26.7 x D 23 cm
    The Fleming Collection
    Ian Fleming (1908–1964)
    © the artist. Photo credit: The Fleming Collection

  • Beryl Cook (1926–2008)

    Two on a Stool 1991
    Beryl Cook (1926–2008)
    Oil on board (?)
    H 36.3 x W 24.2 cm
    Durham County Council
    Two on a Stool
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Durham County Council

  • Beth Cooke (b.1920)

    The Fells XIX 2000
    Beth Cooke (b.1920)
    Oil on canvas
    The Women’s Art Collection
    The Fells XIX
    © the artist. Photo credit: The Women’s Art Collection

  • Jean Cooke (1927–2008)

    Self-Portrait 1958
    Jean Cooke (1927–2008)
    Oil on canvas
    H 114.9 x W 83.8 cm
    Tate
    Self-Portrait
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Tate

  • Margaret Deborah Cookesley (1837–1927)

    Circe resplendens 1913
    Margaret Deborah Cookesley (1837–1927)
    Oil on canvas
    H 65.8 x W 38.3 cm
    Glasgow Life Museums
    Circe resplendens
    Photo credit: Glasgow Life Museums

  • May Louise Greville Cooksey (1878–1943)

    Maria Virgo 1915
    May Louise Greville Cooksey (1878–1943)
    Oil on board
    H 39.5 x W 29.5 cm
    Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
    Maria Virgo
    Photo credit: Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

  • Eileen Cooper (b.1953)

    Tiger, Tiger 1985–1992
    Eileen Cooper (b.1953)
    Oil on canvas
    H 168.5 x W 126.5 cm
    Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage
    Tiger, Tiger
    © Eileen Cooper / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage

  • Teresa Copnall (1882–1972)

    A Mixed Bunch 1932
    Teresa Copnall (1882–1972)
    Oil on canvas
    H 63.8 x W 63.4 cm
    Walker Art Gallery
    A Mixed Bunch
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Walker Art Gallery

  • Emily D. Corry (1873–1942)

    Primroses
    Emily D. Corry (1873–1942)
    Oil on canvas
    H 50.8 x W 61 cm
    Royal Ulster Academy Diploma Collection
    Primroses
    Photo credit: Royal Ulster Academy Diploma Collection

  • Milein Cosman (1921–2017)

    Nicolai Rubinstein (1911–2002)
    Milein Cosman (1921–2017)
    Oil
    Senate House, University of London
    Nicolai Rubinstein (1911–2002)
    © the Cosman Keller Art and Music Trust. Photo credit: Senate House, University of London

  • Maria Hadfield Cosway (1759–1838)

    A Persian Lady Worshipping the Rising Sun 1784
    Maria Hadfield Cosway (1759–1838)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 73.7 cm
    Sir John Soane’s Museum
    A Persian Lady Worshipping the Rising Sun
    Photo credit: Sir John Soane’s Museum

  • Emily Court (1880–1957)

    View along the Railway Tracks
    Emily Court (1880–1957)
    Oil on board
    H 12.7 x W 14.2 cm
    Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust
    View along the Railway Tracks
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

  • Dora Crockett (1888–1953)

    Rhododendrons c.1934
    Dora Crockett (1888–1953)
    Oil on canvas
    H 65 x W 76 cm
    West Northamptonshire Council
    Rhododendrons
    Photo credit: West Northamptonshire Council

  • Audrey Cruddas (1912–1979)

    The Wrestlers c.1944
    Audrey Cruddas (1912–1979)
    Gouache & mixed media on paper
    H 55 x W 55 cm
    Fry Art Gallery
    The Wrestlers
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Fry Art Gallery

  • Nora Lucy Mowbray Cundell (1889–1948)

    The Back Parlour, Café Loos, Étaples, France
    Nora Lucy Mowbray Cundell (1889–1948)
    Oil on canvas
    H 102.8 x W 109.8 cm
    Atkinson Art Gallery Collection
    The Back Parlour, Café Loos, Étaples, France
    Photo credit: Atkinson Art Gallery Collection

  • Vera Cunningham (1897–1955)

    Susannah and the Elders 1934
    Vera Cunningham (1897–1955)
    Oil on canvas board
    H 13.5 x W 17.8 cm
    Pallant House Gallery
    Susannah and the Elders
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

  • Mitzi Cunliffe (1918–2006)

    BAFTA Cymru for Elaine Morgan (1920–2013) 2002
    Mitzi Cunliffe (1918–2006)
    Bronze & marble
    H 20.4 x W 13 x D 5.4 cm
    Pontypridd Museum
    BAFTA Cymru for Elaine Morgan (1920–2013)
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Pontypridd Museum

  • Claire Curneen (b.1968)

    Irene Tending the Wounds of Saint Sebastian 2006
    Claire Curneen (b.1968)
    Porcelain, gold lustre & blue cobalt glaze
    H 67 x W 49 x D 22 cm
    York Museums Trust

  • Mary Henrietta Dering Curtois (1854–1929)

    Ruston Ward, Lincoln County Hospital 1891
    Mary Henrietta Dering Curtois (1854–1929)
    Oil on canvas
    H 152.5 x W 104 cm
    The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)
    Ruston Ward, Lincoln County Hospital
    Photo credit: The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)

  • Emmeline Cust (1867–1955)

    Henry John Cockayne Cust (1861–1917) c.1905
    Emmeline Cust (1867–1955)
    Plaster
    H 83 x W 26 x D 26 cm
    National Trust, Belton House
    Henry John Cockayne Cust (1861–1917)
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Katherine Cuthill

    Women outside a Cottage c.1964
    Katherine Cuthill
    Oil on board
    H 122 x W 122 cm
    University of Dundee, Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection
    Women outside a Cottage
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: University of Dundee, Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection