Anne Rushout

Caen – The Artists – Rushout, Anne

This page forms part of a series of pages dedicated to the many artists who painted in Caen. A full list of all the artists with a link to their works can be found at the bottom of this page.

Anne Rushout (circa 1768-1849), British, was a watercolorist and the eldest daughter of 1st Earl Northwick.

Not much else could be found about her. She is one of the very few female artists that painted in Normandy during the 1800’s.

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Anne Rushout 1824 - Saint-Pierre, Caen
Anne Rushout 1824 – Saint-Pierre, Caen

TODAY: The Saint-Pierre church is still there and very active.

Anne Rushout 1824 - Cathedral, Caen
Anne Rushout 1824 – Cathedral, Caen

TODAY: In fact, it is not the cathedral, since there is none in Caen. It’s the Abbey, located onto the city hall of Caen (Hotel de Ville).

Anne Rushout painted in 2 places in Normandy. A link “” will appear below to her works for those cities when published.

Artists featured here who painted in Caen (but not limited to) are (a link “” will be placed next to an artist name when their works are published. A “*” means that the artist did NOT work in Caen itself, instead worked in nearby villages and towns):

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