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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: Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975), Charlotte Halliday (b.1935), Irene May Halliday (b.1931), Maggi Hambling (b.1945), Letitia Marion Hamilton (1878–1964), Maggie Hamilton (1867–1952), Gillian Carol Hamling, Christine M. Demain Hammond (1862–c.1952), Hermione Hammond (1910–2005), Nina Hamnett (1890–1956), and 70 more
79 artworks
  • Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975)

    Two Forms (Divided Circle) 1969
    Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975)
    Bronze
    H 217.5 x W 235.5 x D 54.6 cm
    Tate
    Two Forms (Divided Circle)
    © Bowness. Photo credit: Tate

  • Charlotte Halliday (b.1935)

    Randolph Terrace Restored
    Charlotte Halliday (b.1935)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 47 x W 26 cm
    Royal Watercolour Society
    Randolph Terrace Restored
    © the artist. Photo credit: Royal Watercolour Society

  • Irene Halliday (b.1931)

    Arbroath Harbour from the Ballast Quay 1953
    Irene May Halliday (b.1931)
    Oil on canvas
    H 102 x W 128.5 cm
    ANGUSalive
    Arbroath Harbour from the Ballast Quay
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: ANGUSalive

  • Maggi Hambling (b.1945)

    Max Wall and his Image 1981
    Maggi Hambling (b.1945)
    Oil on canvas
    H 167.7 x W 121.9 cm
    Tate

  • Letitia Marion Hamilton (1878–1964)

    Ouse Bridge, York 1925–1931
    Letitia Marion Hamilton (1878–1964)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61.2 x W 50.9 cm
    York Museums Trust
    Ouse Bridge, York
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: York Museums Trust

  • Maggie Hamilton (1867–1952)

    Alas, April the 30th
    Maggie Hamilton (1867–1952)
    Oil on canvas
    H 49.5 x W 49.5 cm
    Newport Museum and Art Gallery
    Alas, April the 30th
    Photo credit: Newport Museum and Art Gallery

  • Gillian Carol Hamling (active 1972–1980)

    Untitled (Figures in a Landscape) 1972
    Gillian Carol Hamling (active 1972–1980)
    Oil on canvas
    H 129 x W 139 cm
    Royal College of Art
    Untitled (Figures in a Landscape)
    © Royal College of Art. Photo credit: Royal College of Art

  • Christine M. Demain Hammond (1862–c.1952)

    Alma Murray (1854–1945) c.1892
    Christine M. Demain Hammond (1862–c.1952)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 45.8 cm
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Alma Murray (1854–1945)
    Photo credit: Victoria and Albert Museum, London

  • Hermione Hammond (1910–2005)

    Professor Francis Wormald 1969
    Hermione Hammond (1910–2005)
    Oil on canvas
    H 39 x W 29.5 cm
    Society of Antiquaries of London
    Professor Francis Wormald
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Society of Antiquaries of London

  • Nina Hamnett (1890–1956)

    Rupert Doone (1903–1966), Dancer 1922–1923
    Nina Hamnett (1890–1956)
    Oil on canvas
    H 45 x W 29 cm
    Heritage Doncaster
    Rupert Doone (1903–1966), Dancer
    © the artist's estate / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: Heritage Doncaster

  • Anne Harcourt (1907–1985)

    Autumn River Scene
    Anne Harcourt (1907–1985)
    Oil on board
    H 25 x W 40 cm
    Bushey Museum and Art Gallery
    Autumn River Scene
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Bushey Museum and Art Gallery

  • Winifred Elizabeth Beatrice Hardman (1890–1972)

    Lieutenant Colonel John Elisha Grimshaw (1893–1980), VC
    Winifred Elizabeth Beatrice Hardman (1890–1972)
    Oil on board
    H 60 x W 40 cm
    The Fusilier Museum, Bury
    Lieutenant Colonel John Elisha Grimshaw (1893–1980), VC
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Fusilier Museum, Bury

  • Daphne Hardy-Henrion (1917–2003)

    Tobias and the Angel 1950
    Daphne Hardy-Henrion (1917–2003)
    Bronze
    Hertfordshire County Council
    Tobias and the Angel
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Hertfordshire County Council

  • Joan Hargreaves (1921–2007)

    Boats* 1953
    Joan Hargreaves (1921–2007)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76 x W 51 cm
    Manchester Metropolitan University: Special Collections Museum
    Boats*
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Manchester Metropolitan University: Special Collections Museum

  • Primrose Harley (1908–1978)

    Primroses in a Glass Bowl 20th C
    Primrose Harley (1908–1978)
    Oil on canvas
    H 29.5 x W 40 cm
    National Trust, Scotney Castle
    Primroses in a Glass Bowl
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Fairlie Harmar (1876–1945)

    The Laurel Walk 1912
    Fairlie Harmar (1876–1945)
    Oil on canvas
    H 68 x W 58 cm
    Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
    The Laurel Walk
    Photo credit: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

  • Mary Kent Harrison (1915–1983)

    Female Figure Seated on a Bed 1938 (?)
    Mary Kent Harrison (1915–1983)
    Oil on canvas
    H 55.9 x W 66.1 cm
    UCL Culture
    Female Figure Seated on a Bed
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: UCL Culture

  • Sarah Cecilia Harrison (1863–1941)

    George Macdonald (1824–1905), Poet and Novelist 1897
    Sarah Cecilia Harrison (1863–1941)
    Oil on canvas
    H 75.4 x W 54.8 cm
    National Galleries of Scotland
    George Macdonald (1824–1905), Poet and Novelist
    Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

  • Rosella Hartman (1894–1984)

    The Family 1941
    Rosella Hartman (1894–1984)
    Lithograph on paper
    H 33.9 x W 23.7 cm
    American Museum & Gardens
    The Family
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: American Museum & Gardens

  • Katherine Hartnell (1886–1970)

    Still Life
    Katherine Hartnell (1886–1970)
    Oil on canvas
    H 74.4 x W 61 cm
    The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)
    Still Life
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)

  • Gertrude Harvey (1889–1966)

    The Lonely Farm early 20th C
    Gertrude Harvey (1889–1966)
    Oil & watercolour on paper
    H 32 x W 41 cm
    Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales
    The Lonely Farm
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales

  • Joan Hassall (1906–1988)

    Mrs Charles Blakeman
    Joan Hassall (1906–1988)
    Oil on canvas on board
    H 38 x W 33.3 cm
    Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
    Mrs Charles Blakeman
    © the artist's estate/Simon Lawrence. Photo credit: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

  • Doris Brabham Hatt (1890–1969)

    Jug and Shell 1957
    Doris Brabham Hatt (1890–1969)
    Oil on canvas
    H 44 x W 59 cm
    RWA (Royal West of England Academy)
    Jug and Shell
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: RWA (Royal West of England Academy)

  • Alice Havers (1850–1890)

    End of Her Journey 1875
    Alice Havers (1850–1890)
    Oil on canvas
    H 113 x W 182 cm
    Rochdale Arts & Heritage Service
    End of Her Journey
    Photo credit: Rochdale Arts & Heritage Service

  • Marjorie Hawke (1894–1979)

    Cormorants at Coast
    Marjorie Hawke (1894–1979)
    Oil on canvas
    H 51 x W 76 cm
    Royal Free Hospital
    Cormorants at Coast
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Royal Free Hospital

  • Grace Mary Hawkins (active 1910–1940)

    Margate Harbour, Kent
    Grace Mary Hawkins (active 1910–1940)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 71.1 cm
    Margate Old Town Local History Museum
    Margate Harbour, Kent
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Margate Old Town Local History Museum

  • Jane Elizabeth Hawkins (1847–after 1911)

    Laura Russell (1836–1910), Lady Arthur Russell 1872 or later
    Jane Elizabeth Hawkins (1847–after 1911)
    Oil on canvas
    H 74 x W 55 cm
    Tavistock Town Hall
    Laura Russell (1836–1910), Lady Arthur Russell
    Photo credit: Tavistock Town Hall

  • Jann Haworth (b.1942)

    Richard III 1980
    Jann Haworth (b.1942)
    Wood, mirror, porcelain & paint
    H 26.8 x W 37 x D 27.7 cm
    Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre
    Richard III
    © the artist. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

  • Enid Rutherford Hay (1880–1911)

    Evening Landscape with Church on a Hill 1908
    Enid Rutherford Hay (1880–1911)
    Oil on canvas
    H 51 x W 61 cm
    Government Art Collection
    Evening Landscape with Church on a Hill
    Photo credit: Government Art Collection

  • Jane Eleanor Benham Hay (1829–1904)

    The Prodigal's Return c.1862
    Jane Eleanor Benham Hay (1829–1904)
    Oil on canvas
    H 100 x W 130.8 cm
    Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
    The Prodigal's Return
    Photo credit: Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

  • Irene Heath (b.1906)

    Frederick George French, CBE, MA, Judge of Alderney (1938–1940 & 1945–1947) 1956
    Irene Heath (b.1906)
    Oil on canvas
    H 90 x W 70 cm
    Alderney Court House
    Frederick George French, CBE, MA, Judge of Alderney (1938–1940 & 1945–1947)
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Alderney Court House

  • Isobel Atterbury Heath (1908–1989)

    Sergeant Pilot Chris Chapman, RAF Perranporth
    Isobel Atterbury Heath (1908–1989)
    Graphite on paper
    H 26 x W 20 cm
    The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art
    Sergeant Pilot Chris Chapman, RAF Perranporth
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art

  • Nancy Lilian Heath (1922–1995)

    Sheila
    Nancy Lilian Heath (1922–1995)
    Oil on canvas
    H 90 x W 67 cm
    The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
    Sheila
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

  • Hilda Marion Hechle (1886–1939)

    The Fee Glacier and Alphubel
    Hilda Marion Hechle (1886–1939)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 38 x W 53 cm
    The Alpine Club Collection
    The Fee Glacier and Alphubel
    Photo credit: The Alpine Club Collection

  • Agatha Gay Hellier (1897–1980)

    Paddy Fields, Madras 1923–1951
    Agatha Gay Hellier (1897–1980)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 27.1 x W 37.2 cm
    The Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History
    Paddy Fields, Madras
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History

  • Marianne Hellwig John (b.1930)

    Seated Figure 1983
    Marianne Hellwig John (b.1930)
    Oil on board
    H 74.5 x W 59.8 cm
    Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Seated Figure
    © the artist. Photo credit: Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • Catharina van Hemessen (1528–after 1587)

    A Lady in Sixteenth-Century Costume c.1548–1549
    Catharina van Hemessen (1528–after 1587)
    Oil on panel
    H 40.9 x W 30.1 cm
    The Bowes Museum
    A Lady in Sixteenth-Century Costume
    Photo credit: The Bowes Museum

  • Elsie Marian Henderson (1880–1967)

    View of Herm from the Pine Forest, Guernsey
    Elsie Marian Henderson (1880–1967)
    Oil on canvas
    H 74 x W 49 cm
    Guernsey Museums and Galleries
    View of Herm from the Pine Forest, Guernsey
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Guernsey Museums and Galleries

  • Susan Henderson (active 1979–1985)

    Putting Up the Painted Panels 1984
    Susan Henderson (active 1979–1985)
    Oil on paper
    H 41.2 x W 49 cm
    Parliamentary Art Collection
    Putting Up the Painted Panels
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Parliamentary Art Collection

  • Ethel Quixano Henriques (1868–1936)

    Field Flowers
    Ethel Quixano Henriques (1868–1936)
    Oil on panel
    H 35 x W 25.7 cm
    Manchester Art Gallery
    Field Flowers
    Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

  • Rose Henriques (1889–1972)

    Coronation in Challis Court 1937
    Rose Henriques (1889–1972)
    Oil on board
    H 38 x W 46 cm
    Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives
    Coronation in Challis Court
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives

  • Emily Grace Henry (1868–1953)

    Paul Henry (1876–1958) c.1898–1900
    Emily Grace Henry (1868–1953)
    Oil on canvas
    H 45 x W 40 cm
    National Museums NI
    Paul Henry (1876–1958)
    Photo credit: National Museums NI

  • Mikéla Henry-Lowe (b.1993)

    Dido Elizabeth Belle (1761–1804) 2021
    Mikéla Henry-Lowe (b.1993)
    Oil on canvas
    H 122 x W 91.2 cm
    English Heritage, Kenwood

  • Dorothy Hepworth (1894–1978)

    Girl in Yellow Dress
    Patricia Preece (1894–1966) or Dorothy Hepworth (1894–1978)
    Oil on canvas
    H 74 x W 59 cm
    Towner
    Girl in Yellow Dress
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Towner

  • Gertrude Hermes (1901–1983)

    Kathleen Raine (1908–2003) 1954
    Gertrude Hermes (1901–1983)
    Bronze on wooden base
    H 50.8 x W 49.5 x D 33 cm
    Tate
    Kathleen Raine (1908–2003)
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Tate

  • Christiana Jane Herringham (1852–1929)

    Italy: Siena Cathedral – Pulpit c.1881
    Christiana Jane Herringham (1852–1929)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 37 x W 26.9 cm
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Italy: Siena Cathedral – Pulpit
    Photo credit: Royal Holloway, University of London

  • Florence Hess (1891–1974)

    The Pier, Cromer, Norfolk
    Florence Hess (1891–1974)
    Oil on canvas
    H 31.7 x W 42 cm
    Leeds Museums and Galleries
    The Pier, Cromer, Norfolk
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Leeds Museums and Galleries

  • Elsie Dalton Hewland (1901–1979)

    Assembling a Hawker Hurricane 1940–1947
    Elsie Dalton Hewland (1901–1979)
    Oil on canvas
    H 45.7 x W 60.9 cm
    Manchester Art Gallery
    Assembling a Hawker Hurricane
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

  • Cicely Hey (1896–1980)

    Bob Hughes
    Cicely Hey (1896–1980)
    Terracotta
    H 15.9 x W 12 x D 13 cm
    Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
    Bob Hughes
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: City & County of Swansea: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Collection

  • Nicola Hicks (b.1960)

    Cow Says Moo 1994
    Nicola Hicks (b.1960)
    Patinated bronze
    H 65 x W 186 x D 120 cm
    The Women’s Art Collection
    Cow Says Moo
    © Nicola Hicks, Flowers Gallery, London. Photo credit: The Women’s Art Collection

  • Elsie Higgins (1871–c.1947)

    A May Morning exhibited 1905
    Elsie Higgins (1871–c.1947)
    Oil on canvas
    H 68.6 x W 43.7 cm
    The Box, Plymouth
    A May Morning
    Photo credit: The Box, Plymouth

  • Amelia Robertson Hill (1820–1904)

    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822) 1882
    Amelia Robertson Hill (1820–1904)
    Bronze
    H 95 x W 70 x D 42 cm
    Tate
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)
    Photo credit: Tate

  • Susan Hiller (1940–2019)

    Leonardo's Advice: A Cloud That Looks Like Something 1996
    Susan Hiller (1940–2019)
    Colour photograph
    H 8 x W 20 cm
    University of Dundee Fine Art Collections
    Leonardo's Advice: A Cloud That Looks Like Something
    © Susan Hiller. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2023 . Photo credit: University of Dundee Fine Art Collections

  • Rose Hilton (1931–2019)

    A Cricket Match
    Rose Hilton (1931–2019)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76 x W 100 cm
    Cornwall Council
    A Cricket Match
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Cornwall Council

  • Lubaina Himid (b.1954)

    The Dandy 2010
    Lubaina Himid (b.1954)
    Acrylic on paper
    H 183 x W 102 cm
    Manchester Art Gallery
    The Dandy
    © the artist. Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

  • Marion Grace Hocken (1922–1987)

    My Room, St Ives, Cornwall
    Marion Grace Hocken (1922–1987)
    Oil on board
    H 88 x W 75.6 cm
    York Museums Trust
    My Room, St Ives, Cornwall
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: York Museums Trust

  • Roberta Hodges (1903–1989)

    Market Street 1960–1969
    Roberta Hodges (1903–1989)
    Oil on canvas
    H 26 x W 37 cm
    St Andrews Preservation Trust
    Market Street
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: St Andrews Preservation Trust

  • Frances Hodgkins (1869–1947)

    Wings over Water 1930
    Frances Hodgkins (1869–1947)
    Oil on canvas
    H 71.1 x W 91.4 cm
    Tate
    Wings over Water
    Photo credit: Tate

  • Malvina Hoffman (1885–1966)

    Sir David Henderson (1862–1921), KCB, DSO, Director General of Military Aeronautics (1913–1918) 1919
    Malvina Hoffman (1885–1966)
    Artificial stone
    H 52 cm
    IWM (Imperial War Museums)
    Sir David Henderson (1862–1921), KCB, DSO, Director General of Military Aeronautics (1913–1918)
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: IWM (Imperial War Museums)

  • Lily Holden (active 1958–1988)

    The Pawnshop, Scotland Road 1959
    Lily Holden (active 1958–1988)
    Oil on canvas
    H 45.7 x W 61 cm
    Walker Art Gallery
    The Pawnshop, Scotland Road
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Walker Art Gallery

  • Ruth Hollingsworth (1880–1945)

    The Wood, Thornton Manor c.1915
    Ruth Hollingsworth (1880–1945)
    Oil on canvas
    H 38.2 x W 36 cm
    Lady Lever Art Gallery
    The Wood, Thornton Manor
    Photo credit: Lady Lever Art Gallery

  • Gwynneth Holt (1909–1995)

    Rosehannah Holt c.1933–1969
    Gwynneth Holt (1909–1995)
    Terracotta
    H 26 x W 14 x D 20 cm
    Sandwell Museums Service Collection
    Rosehannah Holt
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Sandwell Museums Service Collection

  • Lilian Holt (1898–1983)

    Tajo, Ronda 1956
    Lilian Holt (1898–1983)
    Oil on canvas
    H 71.1 x W 91.1 cm
    Tate
    Tajo, Ronda
    © the artist's family. Photo credit: Tate

  • Jenny Holzer (b.1950)

    Truisms 1984
    Jenny Holzer (b.1950)
    Metal, LED units & plastic
    H 16.9 x W 153.9 x D 16.2 cm
    Tate
    Truisms
    © Jenny Holzer. ARS, NY and DACS, London 2024. Photo credit: Tate

  • Evie Hone (1894–1955)

    Christ Meeting His Mother c.1950
    Evie Hone (1894–1955)
    Stained glass
    H 31 x W 22 cm
    The Stained Glass Museum
    Christ Meeting His Mother
    © DACS 2024. Photo credit: The Stained Glass Museum

  • Rebecca Horn (b.1944)

    Cockatoo Mask 1973
    Rebecca Horn (b.1944)
    Feathers, metal & fabric
    H 44 x W 32 x D 36 cm
    Tate
    Cockatoo Mask
    © DACS 2023. Photo credit: Tate

  • Nina Hosali (1898–1987)

    Movement 3, Dance at Sunrise 1957
    Nina Hosali (1898–1987)
    Oil on canvas
    H 54 x W 76 cm
    Leicester Museums and Galleries
    Movement 3, Dance at Sunrise
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Leicester Museums and Galleries

  • Harriet Hosmer (1830–1908)

    Puck on a Toadstool 1850s
    Harriet Hosmer (1830–1908)
    Marble
    H 78 x W 42 x D 49 cm
    Rotherham Heritage Services
    Puck on a Toadstool
    Photo credit: Rotherham Heritage Services

  • Julia Beatrice How (1867–1932)

    Maternité
    Julia Beatrice How (1865–1932)
    Oil on canvas
    H 65 x W 53.5 cm
    Atkinson Art Gallery Collection
    Maternité
    Photo credit: Atkinson Art Gallery Collection

  • Ray Howard-Jones (1903–1996)

    Moment of Perception 1967
    Ray Howard-Jones (1903–1996)
    Oil on canvas
    H 65.5 x W 91 cm
    Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
    Moment of Perception
    © Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales and Nicola Howard-Jones. Photo credit: Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

  • Margaret ('Marjorie') Maitland Howard (1898–1983)

    Allegory of Life 1910–c.1970
    Margaret ('Marjorie') Maitland Howard (1898–1983)
    Oil on canvas
    H 50.5 x W 76.1 cm
    The Reiff Collection
    Allegory of Life
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Reiff Collection

  • Anna Hope Hudson (1869–1957)

    The Visitor
    Anna Hope Hudson (1869–1957)
    Oil on canvas
    H 37.5 x W 24.8 cm
    York Museums Trust
    The Visitor
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: York Museums Trust

  • Eleanor Hughes (1882–1959)

    Boleigh Farm
    Eleanor Hughes (1882–1959)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 73.2 x W 60.6 cm
    Penlee House Gallery & Museum
    Boleigh Farm
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Penlee House Gallery & Museum

  • Margaret Hughes (b.1930)

    Garden, January 1963
    Margaret Hughes (b.1930)
    Oil on hardboard
    H 63.5 x W 76.2 cm
    Walker Art Gallery
    Garden, January
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Walker Art Gallery

  • Clementine Hunter (1887–1988)

    Cane River Cotton Gin c.1960
    Clementine Hunter (1887–1988)
    Oil on drawing board
    H 30.2 x W 43.8 cm
    American Museum & Gardens
    Cane River Cotton Gin
    © Thomas N. Whitehead; Ann & Jack Brittain and children. Photo credit: American Museum & Gardens

  • Mary Young Hunter (1872–1947)

    Joy and the Labourer 1901
    Mary Young Hunter (1872–1947)
    Oil on canvas
    H 108.5 x W 83 cm
    Worcestershire County Museum
    Joy and the Labourer
    Photo credit: Worcestershire County Museum

  • Beatrice M. L. Huntington (1889–1988)

    A Cellist c.1925
    Beatrice M. L. Huntington (1889–1988)
    Oil
    H 60 x W 46 cm
    The Fleming Collection
    A Cellist
    © The William Syson Foundation. Photo credit: The Fleming Collection

  • Louise Hutchinson (1883–1968)

    Albert Schweitzer (1875–1965), OM 1960
    Louise Hutchinson (1883–1968)
    Bronze
    H 36 x W 22 x D 24 cm
    Royal Society of Medicine
    Albert Schweitzer (1875–1965), OM
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Royal Society of Medicine

  • Gladys Hynes (1888–1958)

    Crucifixion 1939
    Gladys Hynes (1888–1958)
    Oil on cardboard
    H 30 x W 40 cm
    Royal Air Force Museum
    Crucifixion
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Royal Air Force Museum