Elizabeth Frances Boyd (1896 – 1935)
A painter and wood-cut artist, she came from Dublin to London in the 1890s and later lived in Sussex. She exhibited her work during the period 1896 to 1935, but not frequently. In The New Age for July 28th 1910 her work was praised for its “simplicity, movement, and force” (NA 7.13:307). She painted coastal scenes, among other things, but we have not located any images of them.