Emma Minnie Boyd (23 November 1858—13 September 1936), born Emma Minnie à Beckett, was an Australian artist.
Boyd exhibited publicly together with 1874 and 1932. She showed as soon as the Victorian Artists Society, the Centennial International Exhibition 1888 (Melbourne), the Royal Academy of Arts (London), and in a joint doing with her husband at Como House in Melbourne in 1902, amongst supplementary venues. Over one hundred pounds worth of artworks were sold at the 1902 exhibition and commissions were supreme for additional copies of works sold. She had a aptitude for watercolour landscapes, although she painted in both watercolour and oil, and a combination of interiors, figures, portraits, still animatronics and flower studies. She is allowance of the Boyd Artistic Dynasty, an Australian artist family, which began next Emma and her husband Arthur and the ham it up that they created that influenced their children and grandchildren to pursue artistic careers.
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