Mary Baker

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Mary Baker (fl. 1842 – 1856) was an English painter of portraits and portrait miniatures.

She was born in London and produced works for the Society of Arts, as well as exhibiting miniatures and portraits at the Royal Academy over a fourteen-year period (1842–1856). An example of her work, painted in oils, is preserved in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

See also[edit]

English women painters from the early 19th century who exhibited at the Royal Academy of Art


  • Foskett, Daphne (1972) A Dictionary of British Miniature Painters, Vol I, Faber and Faber, London (ISBN 0-571-08295-5)