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Hartland painted flowers, mainly daffodils. Her uncle, William Baylor Hartland, was a well-known plantsman who specialised in daffodils. He produced a unique catalogue, the Special Jubilee Catalogue, and for the 1897 edition it used her engraved portraits of daffodils. The engraving was done by W.J. Welch. She had a deep love for the countryside
- Irish Women Artists National Gallery of Ireland Douglas Hyde Gallery, 1987, ISBN 0-903162-40-7, ISBN 0-907660-22-3
Gertrude Hartland was also a very accomplished landscape painter, especially the Wicklow mountains.
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