Drawing by Hannah Barlow (1871-1913) titled 'School of Art' and depicting dogs in a life class. She was perhaps the most famous Doulton and began as a student at Lambeth School of Art in Miller Lane, off Upper Kennington Lane, becoming the first female to be employed by Henry Doulton. She produced some of the best examples of Doulton decorative stoneware but lost the use of her right hand early in her career and retrained herself to use her left.Pen and ink drawing dated April 6th 1870.Ref: LP15
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