Decorative artist and painter who became famous for her connection to the Boomsbury Group, which included writer Lytton Strachey.
She took drawing lessons and won a scholarship to attend Slade School of Art at University College in London.
She had lesbian relationships with Lady Ottoline Morrell and Henrietta Bingham.
She became famous for her relationship with Lytton Strachey and committed suicide after his death from stomach cancer.
Virginia Woolf mentioned Carrington in her diary, calling her odd and likable.