Hagarty exh. 1882 – 1928
A highly successful artist, Mary Hagarty was elected a full member of the Society of Women Artists in 1918.
Principally a watercolour painter, she painted the landscape of England and Wales and held a strong affection for Venice where she exhibited many works of the city.
She lived for some time in both London and Liverpool and exhibited 131 works at the Walker Art Gallery and numerous works at the principal London galleries, including the Royal Academy, Royal Institute and the Royal Society of British Artists.