Amy Katherine Browning was born into a farming family in Bramingham Hall, near Luton, Bedfordshire. She broke away from her conventional background to study at the Royal College of Art where she met Sylvia Pankhurst and became involved in the Suffragette movement. Browning also studied in Paris, and after the First World War, she exhibited at the first Paris Salon in 1922, where her painting 'Lime Tree Shade' won the Gold Medal. She continued to exhibit both in the US and abroad and was a member of various societies including the New English Art Club and at the Royal Academy. She was married to the artist Thomas C. Dugdale.
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