Betty Baldwin was born in Leeds, England, on January 7th, 1889.
Betty Baldwin grew up in an artistic environment and started drawing at a young age. She lived a few years in Paris, then immigrated in America. She settle down in New York, then Portland, Maine, and finally in Quebec in 1924.
Betty Baldwin exhibited her work many time at the Palais Montcalm de Québec. Her paintings represented Quebec City and more particularly the Old City on a bucolic day. She also taught painting at her studio in Louis-Jolliet's house in Quebec.
She died in 1981.
She was married to Baldwin, violinist.