Maud Button was the daughter of Alfred Button, a grocer in Uxbridge. She painted prolifically in the early years of the twentieth century. In 1921 Button suffered sunstroke while on a painting tour in the Netherlands. Afterwards she suffered from mental illness and spent many years in a nursing home until her death in 1965.
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Hillingdon Local Studies, Archives and Museum Service
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