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artist , illustrator

Ann Arnold, artist, illustrator. Member of Association Art Therapists (founding member).


Ann Arnold was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and studied at Epsom School of Art (1956–1959).


She was a figurative artist. She worked as an art therapist, and founded the Association of Art Therapists. She mainly worked in oil on canvas and watercolour.

She was an Academician of the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Art. She died on 28 December 2015.


  • She was a founder member of the Brotherhood of Ruralists with him, Sir Peter Blake, David Inshaw, Graham Ovenden, Annie Ovenden and Jann Haworth.


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  • Other Work

    • Illustrator (books) Fanny at Chez Panisse, 1992, Stop Smelling My Rose, 1997, The Children's Kitchen Garden: A Book of Gardening, Cooking, and Learning, 1997, illustrator, co-author Firehouse Max, 1997. Co-author (with John Clare, Brian Patten and Eric Robinson): (books) Clare's Countryside, 1981. Author: Gamblers & Gangsters: Fort Worth's Jacksboro Highway in the 1940s and 1950s, 1998, History of the Fort Worth Legal Community, 2000, History of the Fort Worth Medical Community, 2002, The Adventurous Chef: Alexis Soyer, 2002.

      Represented in permanent collections North Point Gallery, San Francisco, numerous exhibitions in London and the United States.


Member of Association Art Therapists (founding member).


Married Graham Arnold, July 29, 1961.

Edmund Tefler Arnold

Graham Arnold