Alice Maud Fanner 

Born 1865 Died 1930

Alice Fanner was a renowned painter specialising in marine landscapes.

She was tutored by Julius Olsson and exhibited paintings at many galleries including the Royal Academy.

She lived in St Ives, Cornwall and London but in 1914 she moved to Burnham on Crouch where she painted the landscape and the yachting scene.

She married Mr A E Taite.

Her paintings include The Seaside, Provenance, In the Luxembourg garden, Bogiaco, Lake Garda and yachts racing

Maritime Day - A picture of yachts racing on a windy day at Burnham on Crouch that can be viewed in the Birmingham Museum

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