Mary Chamot (8 November 1899 - 10 May 1993) was a Russian-born English art historian and museum curator, and the first woman curator at the Tate Gallery.
Portrait of Mary Chamot 1927, by Nadia Benois
|Born||8 November 1899|
Saint Petersburg, Russia
|Died||10 May 1993 (aged 93)|
Wadhurst, United Kingdom
Mary Chamot was born on 8 November 1899 in Strelna, near Saint Petersburg, the only child of father, Alfred Edward Chamot (English-born and of French descent), an administrator of the Imperial Palace Gardens at Strelna, and Elisabeth Chamot (née Grooten), of Dutch and German origin.
- English Medieval Enamels (1930)
- Modern Painting in England (1937)
- Painting in England from Hogarth to Whistler (1939)