, but she produced much striking work—visual and literary—herself.
gave her portraits and landscapes contemporary praise; in his foreword to
's 1978 book on his sister's art, former
as the most neglected serious painter of her time.
Carrington (the name she chose to be known by) also wrote in range of genres (letters, diaries, short stories, poetry, and drama) throughout her life.
is known predominantly for her personal relationships with writer
and other members of the