Rhind, Ethel (c. 1879–1952)

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Rhind, Ethel (c. 1879–1952)

Irish artist. Born c. 1879 in Bengal, India; died 1952; educated at Londonderry High School, School of Art, Belfast, and Dublin Metropolitan School of Art.

Awarded a scholarship to study mosaic at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art (1902); her window in Old Court Chapel in Strangford, Co. Down, won 1st prize at Royal Dublin Society (1908); worked at An Túr Gloine (Tower of Glass) and also designed pieces for Grangegorman Church in Dublin, Magheralin Church in Co. Down, and Edna's Church in Spiddal, Co. Galway; was a member of the Guild of Irish Artworkers and exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Society of Ireland (1910, 1917, and 1921).

See also Women in World History.

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