Louisa Fennell - Life

Life

Louisa Fennell was an English painter, born in the Wakefield area of the West Riding of Yorkshire in 1847. She died in 1930.

She is most famous for her paintings of local scenes including Wakefield Cathedral and Wakefield Chantry Chapel at the turn of the 20th century (1898–1904).

Seventeen of these are now the property of Wakefield City Metropolitan District Council (3) and are retained at Wakefield Art Gallery (1) (and from time to time are hung).

Later Louisa painted views of other cities, in particular Micklegate and Monk Gate in the city of York.

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