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Helen Mary Jacobs first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1910. She contributed to annuals such as Playbox, Rainbow and Little Folks but very soon all the major publishers including Hodder & Stoughton, Ward Lock & SPCK, were commissioning her. She also created a series of drawings of Moths for Lord Rothschild. From 1912 she had made enough to move to Winchmore Hill. She wanted to put back into the community that had helped her so later in life she taught at a primary school in Stoke Newington and produced several schoolbooks & primers but these were in a more basic childlike style for the children to copy. Her passion was painting cats.
|Height||24.80 cm||(9.76 inches)|
|Width||18.60 cm||(7.32 inches)|