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Anne Primrose Jury HRUA

Anne Primrose Jury was an animal, flower and landscape painter born in County Antrim. Jury’s father encouraged her career as he was a watercolourist, she went on to study at the Belfast School of Art and then in England, France and Switzerland, though most of her landscapes depict scenes of County Antrim and County Down. Jury exhibited her work for the first time in the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1929. She was appointed an associate of the Ulster Academy of Arts in 1933, becoming an academician in 1976.

In 1936, Jury began to receive an increased appreciation for her flower paintings. The Belfast Newsletter said, ‘Miss Jury’s paintings of flowers are on as high a plane as one will find in Irish art today.’ Jury worked all her life for the Ulster Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals which inspired her to paint donkeys.

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