Engraver. She studied her craft under her father, the Irish-born engraver James Watson. She dealt in both mezzotint and stipple, using the scenes and portraits of well-known artists such as Gilbert Stuart, Sir Joshua Reynolds, and Samuel Shelley. In 1785 she became Engraver to Queen Charlotte. Her pieces include "Prince William of Gloucester" (1784), and "Death of Cardinal Beaufort" (1792) both created for the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery; and "Life of George Romney Esq." (1809) created for William Hayley.
Bio by: Beth Painter