Helen Allingham, an English painter, and artist, was born on September 26, 1848, and died two days after her 78th birthday celebration in 1926. For a very long time, Allingham contemplated craftsmanship at the Birmingham School of Design and later at the "Female School of Art." For quite a long time, she was an artist, making workmanship for kids and grown-up books, periodicals, and papers. In the long run, she surrendered to seek after a full-time profession as a painter. Her fundamental medium was watercolor, and her topic consisted of the delightful English open country. She proceeded to paint numerous different districts, including Italy and turned into the principal lady who was a finished individual from the Royal Watercolor Society.