Frances C. Fairman

Frances C. Fairman (British, 1836–1923) was an animal painter and a member of the Society of Lady Artists. She exhibited twice at the Royal Academy.

Fairman often included a flower in her compositions. The Ladies' Kennel Journal opined: "What Miss Fairman feels about flowers and fruits she feels about dogs, she loves to have them around her. The walls of her studio are lined with studies of tropical vegetation, portraits of dogs, studies of her own dogs, studies of heads of famous dogs, and her own pet spaniels lie in their cages in the middle of the studio and repose in her visitor's laps."