Oil on canvas
© The William Syson Foundation.
Beatrice Huntington, 1889-1988
Beatrice Huntington was a celebrated Scottish protrait painter in the 1920s and 1930s. She was born in St Andrews and trained in Paris, Munich and London. Huntington was also a celebrated cellist, having studied the cello in Leipzig. She moved to Dundee after WWI to study under the painter William Macdonald whom she later married in 1925. The two artists moved to a flat on Hanover Street, Edinburgh in 1929, spending the rest of their lives living their whilst travelling extensively throughout Europe.