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Violet M. Digby Biography
Violet M. Digby is a famous British artist, who was born on , 1900 in . According to Astrologers, Violet M. Digby's zodiac sign is .
Violet M. Digby (née Kidd; 1900–1960) was a British artist.
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Digby was born in 1900 into the class of British colonial civil servants and engineers which by the time of her death in 1960 was fast disappearing. She came from a family where painting had been a leisure pursuit for many generations. Violet Digby and her two elder brothers were taught to draw and paint by their father William, who was a skilled draftsman, designer and engineer. Violet Digby took her talents back to India as the wife of Kenelm Digby. After Kenelm's death in 1944 she joined the community of artists in St Ives where she would remain until her suicide in 1960.
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She exhibited her paintings regularly at the St Ives Society of Artists exhibitions, including the Festival of Britain Exhibition in 1951. Her paintings were accepted at the annual exhibitions of The Pastel Society, and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in London. She also put up exhibitions in Delhi and in Cornwall. Her paintings were accepted every year but one from 1950 to 1960 by the Paris Salon of the French Society of Artists. There is an archive of her work and papers held by the Simon Digby Memorial Charity in Jersey in the Channel Islands. The charity commissioned a biographical catalogue of her work which was published in 2015. The first major exhibition of her work since her death in 1960 takes place at the cultural wing of the Indian High Commission, the Nehru Centre, London in April 2016.
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Violet Margaret Kidd was born in Plymouth in 1900 where her Scottish father was working on the expansion of the naval dockyard. In 1905 she moved to Bombay, where her father had an engineering company, 'Lowther and Kidd'. In 1907, her family met the Carnell family while on furlough at St Jacut de la Mer in Brittany, France. Norman Carnell was at the time a railway engineer in Burma. Digby's new friend Enid Carnell was later to marry Violet Digby's brother Lewis. Mrs Kidd and Mrs Carnell became firm friends and decided to remain together in Europe with their daughters, Violet and Enid, rather than return to the East to manage their husbands' households. In 1914 Violet's father returned to England, where he was involved in the construction of one of the first aircraft factories. Violet's fragmented education continued with spells at Farlington School and helping her father at the aircraft factory.
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The many surviving letters addressed to Violet after the war suggest that she was the object of a number of suitors in her busy schedule of art school, golf, tennis, skiing, dancing and everything else 'roaring twenties'. She also studied at Hastings College of Art, under Leslie Badham and Philip Cole and at the Slade School of Fine Art.
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