Florence Olga Abrahamson was of Jewish descent and spent her early years in Holland Park, London. Her sister, Charlotte, was also a talented artist, while her other sister, Bertha, was a respected philanthropist.
She studied under Julius Paulsen (1860-1940), Luplau Janssen (1869-1927) and Ingeborg Rode (1865-1932).
Florence’s art consisted of interiors, landscapes and portraits and she participated in several exhibitions including at The Society of Women Artists. Some of her work is held at the Gothenburg Art Museum.
In 1943, she had to flee to Sweden when German soldiers marched into Denmark.
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