Emma Frith Bridgwater (November 10, 1906 - March 13, 1999), known as Emmy Bridgwater, was an English artist and poet associated with the Surrealist movement.
Based at times in both Birmingham and London, she was a significant member of the Birmingham Surrealists and of the London-based British Surrealist Group, and was an important link between the surrealists of the two cities.
Michel Remy, professor of art history at the University of Nice and author of Surrealism in Britain, describes her influence as "of the same importance to British surrealism as the arrival of Dalí in the ranks of the French surrealists".
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