Lucy Kemp-Welch

1869–1958

Lucy Kemp-Welch, 'Colt Hunting in the New Forest' 1897
Colt Hunting in the New Forest 1897
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Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch (20 June 1869 – 27 November 1958) was a British painter and teacher who specialized in painting working horses. She is best known for the paintings of horses in military service she produced during World War One and for her illustrations to the 1915 edition of Anna Sewell's Black Beauty.

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