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Kay Nixon was a British animal illustrator noted for her oriental approach and clarity of the subject, reminiscent of Japanese prints. She lived in India for 25 years where she illustrated the Time of India Press, designed 30 posters for the Indian state railways, painted horse portraits and a mural of wild ducks for the Bombay Natural History Museum. After returning to England, she wrote and illustrated numerous children’s stories, including Enid Blyton books.

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KAY NIXON (1895-1988)
Two Goldfinches
Kathleen Irene Nixon was born in London and studied at Camden School of Art and Birmingham School of Art. After her marriage she lived in India fo...
Sarah Colegrave