Isabel Codrington (1890 – 1943) She studied at the Royal Academy Schools, receiving two medals there. She painted in oil–mainly figure and genre work, exhibiting with the Royal Academy and at other sites, including the Paris Salon. She lived at Woldingham in Surrey. The University of Glasgow has two manuscripts of a biographical essay or notice of her, written by Harold Wright in October, 1943. We have not been able to locate any images of her work.