Annie Shrimpton of Long Crendon

© courtesy of Judith Greenbury, 2015. Image credit: Buckinghamshire County Museum

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Judith Greenbury lived in Long Crendon for some years and often painted local people; this was painted in the garden studio of Seven Acres, the home of Miss Constance Hammersley. The Shrimpton family had been resident in Long Crendon since 1620s and were associated with needlemaking industry. Annie was a parlour maid in London and reportedly helped at homebirths and laying outs in the village.

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Annie Shrimpton of Long Crendon




oil on canvas


H 59 x W 49 cm

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gift from Dr Stephen Turner

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