Daisy Frances Christin Osborne (1888-c1957) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in Christchurch in 1888, Daisy Osborne studied at Canterbury College School of Art, where she later taught for six years. She was awarded the Canterbury College School of Art Bronze Medal for Painting in from Still Life in 1909.

She was a regular exhibitor at the Canterbury Society of Arts between 1913 and 1956.

Best known for her botanical paintings, her work is held in the Hocken Library and Christchurch Art Gallery.

She died about 1957. Edit or add to this biography

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Dog Wash Day
Oil on board, 24 x 17 cm
International Art Centre, Auckland.
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