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Eleanor M. Ross

(active 1880-1925), Artist

Artist of 1 portrait

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Edith Cavell, by Eleanor M. Ross - NPG 5322

Edith Cavell

by Eleanor M. Ross
watercolour and pencil, circa 1917
NPG 5322



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susie bolton nash

22 March 2016, 16:03

I am Katie Armitage's sister and have in my possession a leaflet of an exhibition that Eleanor M. Ross (her Studio was at 49 Park Road Regent's Park NW1) possibly at the Forum Club 6 Grosvenor Place SW year unknown and a photo (black and white) of some of the paintings I believe. I also have what I believe is a late painting of possibly the actor (now deceased) Donald Houston, but it isn't signed.

katie elliott armitage

07 February 2016, 16:10

Eleanor Ross was my great aunt. I know she painted Edith Cavell and Princess Alexandra which I believe is in Buckingham Palace or the Wallace Collection. I cannot find a death certificate for her and the story is she went to India at some point and was never heard of again. I would be very interested in finding out what happened to her.

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