Isabel Codrington (Biographical details)

Isabel Codrington (printmaker; painter/draughtsman; British; Female; 1874 - 1943)

Also known as

Codrington, Isabel


Painter and etcher. Born in Bydown, Devon and studied at the Royal Academy Schools. Exhibited under the name Pyke-Nott with the Society of British Artists, from 1893 and at the Royal Academy from 1894. She also showed: Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Royal West of England Academy, Walker Art Gallery, the Paris Salon and Goupil Gallery, London; from 1918 under the name Codrington. She married, firstly the art critic, Paul G.Konody (1872-1931), and secondly Gustave Mayer of Cologni. She had a solo exhibirion at Cologni in 1933. Lived Woldingham. Her paintings are held by the Imperial War Museum, Manchester City Art Gallery, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull and several other provincial galleries.


Obituary letter by Harold Wright in the Times