Henrietta Rae

Born in 1859, Henrietta Rae was a female painter in Victorian England. She studied at the Queen Square School of Art, Heatherley's School of Art, and the British Museum. She became a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy in 1881, specializing in classical, allegorical, and literary subjects. She married fellow artist Ernest Normand in 1884, and they kept a lively London studio with frequent visitors. Rae died in 1928.


Henrietta Rae is featured in Edition: Love + Sex baby

Hylas and the Water Nymphs (1910)
Roses of Youth
Spring's Awakening (The Snow Maidens), 1913
Study for Psyche Before the Throne of Venus
Henrietta Rae, The Sirens, 1903