Williams, Marjorie (nee Murray 1880-1961)
Marjorie studied at Julien's Atelier, Paris, drawing from life and learning etching. In 1911 she married John Fischer Williams and they built a house on the South Coast of Cornwall. Her husband was an international jurist and she travelled widely with him in Europe and elsewhere.
A large number of sketchbooks, drawings and etchings were donated by her daughter Dr Mariella Fischer Williams. These works are much admired for their sensitivity and close observation.
To view an interactive map of Marjorie's travels please click the link below:
Interactive map created by Carina Pegg