Frances Viva Talbot was born in 1900, her father was Benjamin Talbot inventor of the Talbot Tilting Furnce ( he was me letter F post). She married Thomas Nussey in 1941 and became Lady Nussey a few years later when Thomas inherited a Baronetcy. She is a largely unknown artist who made woodcuts of industrial scenes. Unusual at the time but she obviously had access because of her Father. I have always liked images of what my husband calls “awful factory type stuff”. I prefer this type of art rather than watercolour wishy washy.
There is a good post about her here