Hollams was a prolific painter of animals, mainly horses. She painted for Royalty and many aristocratic families. One of her paintings, a royal horse, hangs in the Mounted Branch Museum at Imber Court. She was also one of the first female Royal Academicians, exhibiting eight paintings, and in 1899 was elected to the Society of Women Artists.
She was married to Charles Lionel Fox, a land agent who worked for racehorse owners the Cazelet family.
Marked to reverse her last address at Puttenden Manor, Tonbridge,Kent
Size is 25.5 x 33 cm
Provenance a gift by the artist’s grandson
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