Emma Florence Harrison
British, ? - 1920s
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Harrison was active as an artist from 1877 - 1925 (possibly as late as 1933) but very little is known of her life, including her dates of birth and death. She worked professionally as Florence Harrison, working in London, and was an exhibitor at the Royal Academy from 1887 - 1891. She is chiefly remembered as a book illustrator for the publisher Blackie & Son, illustrating books of poems by Christina Rossetti, Alfred Lord Tennyson and William Morris. Her work has a distinctive Pre-Raphaelite style, and is highly collectable today.
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