Person    | Female  Born 28/6/1895  Died 16/2/1973

Cicely Mary Barker

Categories: Art

Illustrator. Born at West Croydon. An epilepsy sufferer, she was housebound for most of her youth. In this time she showed a talent for drawing, and the first of her many books 'Flower Fairies of the Spring' was published in 1923. Died at Storrington, Sussex.

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