Tag: Mary Riter Hamilton

The Road Ahead

The rolling English drunkard made the rolling English road. Before the advent of motorways in the UK (first section of the first – the M1 opened in 1959) it was true that almost any straight road you found in England […] 

Women Artists of WW1: Mary Riter Hamilton

This is one of those “nevertheless she persisted” stories. The Canadian artist Mary Riter Hamilton had studied in Europe before having to return to Canada to care for her ailing mother. At the outbreak of the war in 1914 she […] 

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