Baroness Helga Von Cramm was a highly regarded watercolourist that travelled extensively through Europe and beyond. The Manchester Guardian described her work as:
“… oils and watercolours of foreign landscapes, particularly Egyptian; Switzerland, the Canary Islands, the Black Forest, and Genua. The subjects are many of them striking, and travellers are likely to appreciate the pictures as mementoes of beautiful scenes. The treatment is not piquant, but it has considerable suavity.”
In the UK, she exhibited at the Society of Women Artists, Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, Dudley Gallery, Fine Art Society, Glasgow Institute, Grosvenor Gallery, Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts, and Royal Society of British Artists.
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