Susan Fletcher Crawford was an artist who specialised in etching. Born in Glasgow, Crawford studied etching at Glasgow School of Art, and is well known for her black and white etchings of Scottish, English, and European towns and landscapes. Soon after her studies she returned to Glasgow School of Art to teach, and was in charge of the etching class for 24 years. Crawford was elected an Associate member of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers in 1893, and was a regular exhibitor at the Glasgow Institute and the Royal Scottish Academy. Beyond Scotland Crawford also showed her work in London, and in 1910 she exhibited at the Salon of French Artists in Paris.