Rosemary Salmond was born in 1928 and came from an aristocratic family. From an early age she wanted to study art, though her family discouraged this.
In 1947 she married the writer Nicholas Mosley, from whom she was divorced in the 1970s. She had several shows of her paintings in London in the 1960s and exhibited with the Woodstock Gallery in 1966. She periodically studied art in Paris and lived for twenty years in the north of the Isle of Man, painting prolifically and traveling to Australia, New Mexico and California.
After exhibiting throughout the 1960’s she became reluctant to exhibit her work.
Shortly after her death in 1992 an exhibition of her paintings was held at The Gallery in South Audley St., London.
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