244. Jemima Blackburn (Scottish, 1823-1909)

clockwise from top left
1. The Prince of Wales at Thebes1862, watercolor, The Royal Collection
2. Redbreasts1862, ink and watercolor on paper, The British Museum
3. Study of Lamb1863, graphite with watercolor, touched with whiteThe British Museum
4. "How Many Sticks Go to the Nest of a Crow"1870, watercolor, CAW! CAW! on Project Gutenberg
5. Henri Adolphe Franconi1844, watercolor, National Portrait Gallery
6. John Hope, 1844-1845, watercolor over pencil on paperNational Galleries Scotland
7. William Thomson (Lord Kelvin, aged 27) teaching Projection to William Blackburn (the artist's son), 1851, watercolorThe Univeristy of Glasgow
8. "The Horse and his rider hath He thrown into the sea", salted paper print, National Galleries Scotland
9. James Clerk Maxwelloil on wood or millboard, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge (photo: Art UK)
Jemima Blackburn on Wikipedia
Photo of Blackburn during the expedition to Egypt with the Prince of Wales -- The Royal Collection (embedded below)
CAW! CAW! or The Chronicle of Crows A Tale of the Spring-time, illustrated by Jemima Blackburn on Project Gutenberg
Jemima Blackburn is the namesake of Beatrix Potter's Jemima Puddle-Duck
Aberystwyth University School of Art Gallery and Museum
    Beatrix Potter: A Life in Nature by Linda Lear, pg. 459 

    Beatrix Potter received Blackburn's Birds Drawn from Nature for her 10th birthday -- Victoria and Albert Museum
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