Alice Sarah Kinkead
Kinkead was born in Tuam in 1871. Her father, Dr. Richard John Kindead, GP (1844–1928), was appointed Professor of Gynaecology at National University of Ireland, Galway in 1876, wherein the family moved to Forster House in the town. Educated in Galway and Paris, she moved permanently to London in her career as an artist. Her associates included Edith Anna Somerville, Violet Florence Martin, Lady Gregory, W.B. and Jack Yeats, Frances Perkins, Ethel Smyth.
- Susan Jones, "Alice Kinkead and the Last Portrait of Conrad," Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, volume 58, 2006.