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Henrietta Burrell (née Henrietta Theonie Bunning) was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1860, later becoming an active photographer from 1905 to 1920. She showed with the Society of Women Artists and was an Associate of the society; it was formed in 1855 to encourage and promote the work of women artists, sculptresses and craftswomen in all media. She also exhibited at the Laing Art Gallery, The Royal Academy and Royal Institute of Art. In 1911 she was listed as a photographer and artist and in 1916 as a photographer. She photographed Miss Marie Hall (1884-1956), the famous English violinist and submitted them for copyright in 1903, the same year that Marie Hall made her London debut to great success. Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) finished The Lark Ascending with Marie’s assistance and dedicated it to her. Henrietta died in 1934.

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