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Helen Allingham ( 26 September 1848 – 28 September 1926) was an English watercolourist and illustrator of the Victorian era

Helen Allingham (Paterson) showed a talent for art from an early age, drawing some of her inspiration from her maternal grandmother Sarah Smith Herford and aunt Laura Herford, both accomplished artists of their day. Her younger sister Caroline Paterson also became a noted artist. She initially studied art for three years at the Birmingham School of Design (founded 1843). She spent a year at the Royal Female School of Art in London, before following her aunt Laura Herford to the National Art Training School, one of the Royal Academy Schools, which would later become the Royal College of Art.[2] In the early stage of her life, Helen was very interested and talented in drawing things. She was inspired by her grandmother, known as Sarah Smith Herford, and her aunt Laura Herford. Although her father died when she was thirteen, Helen continued to grow and express her desires for art. In 1867, she was enrolled in Royal Academy School. She used to sketch figures in black and white colors to sell for money to pay for her expenses. After that, her work sometimes appeared in children’s books. Later on, she was very popular for her artworks. She was an watercolourist and illustrator.

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