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Fanny Wright Bayfield (1813/14–1891) was a Canadian artist.

Bayfield emigrated from England to Canada in 1833. According to the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, she reputedly studied art with an instructor to Queen Victoria. She taught painting in Charlottetown for several years and was noted for her watercolours of wildflowers.[1] She assembled a compendium of botanical illustrations of Canadian wildflowers.[2]

References

McKenzie, Ruth (1990). "Wright, Fanny (Bayfield)". Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
Burant, Jim (2004). "Chapter 6". Drawing on the Land. Penumbra Press.

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