Marjorie Bates

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Marjorie Christine Bates
Bates Photograph1 Edited c1890.jpg
Born 1882 (1882)
Kings Newton, United Kingdom
Died 1962 (aged 79–80)
Nationality British
Education Nottingham School of Art
Known for Painting

Marjorie Christine Bates R.A. (1882–1962) was born in Kings Newton, near Melbourne, Derbyshire. She was a painter who exhibited at the Royal Academy[1] in London and Paris and achieved a moderate living from her paintings.


Bates was the daughter of George and Emily Bates who had made money from the sale of mosquito netting.[2] Her family moved to Wilford in Nottinghamshire where she attended the Nottingham School of Art. She was a distant relative of both Laura Knight and Harold Gresley. She died in 1962.


  1. ^ Royal Academy exhibitors, 1905-70: a dictionary of artists and their work in the Summer Exhibitions of the Royal Academy of Arts. Vol. 1: A-Car. East Ardsley, Wakefield: EP Publishing, 1973. – ISBN 0-85409-818-6.
  2. ^ Bates at accessed 29 December 2007

External links[edit]

  • Example prints
  • Johnson, J.: British artists, 1880-1940. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1976. – ISBN 0-902028-36-7. – (Dictionary of British Art; vol. 5)
  • Waters, G.M.: Dictionary of British artists working 1900-1950. Eastbourne: Eastbourne Fine Art, 1975.
  • Benezit, E.: Dictionnaire critique et documentaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs. Nouvelle edition ... [editorial direction]: J. Busse. T. 1: Aa-Beduschi. Paris: Grund, 1999. – ISBN 2-7000-3011-7.