Though she frequently traveled to England and the continent — and studied in Paris — Irish watercolorist Mildred Anne Butler primarily painted en plein air in the area around her home in Kilmurry.
Butler was active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and was a member of the Royal Academy and the Royal Watercolor Society.
She painted landscapes that were often populated with ravens, cows and other animals. To me, some of her work has a dreamy storybook feeling.
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Her work is beautiful. Love the gestural lines., color and detail of the trees.
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