Ann Charlotte Bartholomew (1800–1862), was an English flower and miniature painter, and author. She was born on 20 March 1800 in Loddon, Norfolk, the daughter of Arnall Fayermann and niece of John Thomas, bishop of Rochester. In 1827 she married the composer Walter Turnbull, who died in 1838.
In 1840 she published Songs of Azrael and other poems under the name of Mrs. Turnbull. In the same year she became the second wife of the flower painter, Valentine Bartholomew. After this, she began painting still-life fruits and flowers. She exhibited at the British Institution and the Royal Academy of Art* and the Society of British Artists.
She was a founding member of the Society o
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