by Scholes, Robert
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Beryl Hight ()
She exhibited in England only in 1913-14, and she lived in Italy, where she was married to Gualtiero Tumiati, so she is also known as Beryl Hight Tumiati. Her husband was an actor. Together they founded a theatre in Milano in 1924called Sala Azzura (Blue Room). We also know that she exhibited in Venice that year. Gualtiero Tumiati ultimately moved to film work and became quite well known, but information about Beryl Hight Tumiati is difficult to find