Mary Malenoir, RE, NEAC (born 1940) is a well-known painter, printmaker and collagist, born in Surrey. She studied Kingston School of Art 1957-61, at the Royal Academy Schools 1961-64, and was a Rome Scholar in Engraving 1965/67. Mary Malenoir also studied printmaking in Paris at the Atelier 17 of S W Hayter in 1967. She exhibited etchings, lithographs, watercolours and drawings at the Royal Academy from 1961, initially from an address in Thames Ditton and later from Farnham in Surrey, and has also shown extensively with the New English Art Club since 1961, of which group she became a member. She married the artist Michael Fairclough, who was also a Rome Scholar. Her work has been shown at many other galleries including New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham; Roland Browse Delbanco, London 1977; University of Reading Art Gallery (solo show) 1991; Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames (solo show) 2000; and she has shown extensively in the Printmakers Council exhibitions. Mary Malenoir’s work is held in a number of public collections including The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport; the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield; and Ipswich Museum & Art Gallery.