Louisa Thomson (1883– 1962)
aka Louis Thomson
A Sunny Morning, Kensington Gardens
Lithograph 10 × 9 inches (25.4 × 22.8 cm)
Signed and inscribed with title
Painter in watercolour, etcher and lithographer, Louisa Thomson studied in Rome and London. She was a member of the Senefelder Club and the International Society of California Printmakers. She exhibited widely in the UK and America, including at the Royal Academy, and with the Society of Women Artists. Kensington Gardens was once the private garden of Kensington Palace. Although it became the western extension of Hyde Park, it continued to have a superior air, and was a popular spot for parents and nannies with perambulators.