In art circles, many of Agnes works are well known and have been sold at the most esteemed auction houses.
Her first exhibition at The Royal Academy was in 1920, where she showed two paintings: No 318 "The Gallows-tree was never built for handsome lads like you" and No 319 "Lazarus".
In 1921 her work was again shown at the Royal Academy. This time, "The Three Fates" and "The Idol" (see link below) and in 1922 the paintings: "The Road to Emmaus", "The River at Wapping" and "Mrs Oliver Quibell".
On the following links, you can find artworks and auction results for Agnes Clara Tatham including sales prices at auctions worldwide.