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The Spanish Step from Above     July 1966
13 3/42 = 18 3/4w 4 Artist's Proofs    edition 20

Born in Washington, D.C. 13 December 1907 Study with Mary P. Shipman, Alexis Many, Ines Hogan, Charles W. Hawthorne, Anne Goldthwaite, and in the 1ithography classes of Eugene Fitsch and Charles Locke at the Art Students League Fellow at the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire and at Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York  Work in stage design from 1926 to 1930, in illustration and book design from 1927   Painter in oil and water color   Associate Member, Graphics Class, The National Academy of design since 1948  President, Society of Washington Printmakers since 1942  Member of the Boston Printmakers, California Society of Etchers, Hunterdon County Art Association, Print Club of Albany, Society of American Graphic Artists, Washington Water Color Association  Art Therapist, St. Elizabeths Hospital 1943-1954 and at Chestnut Lodge since 1958  Teacher of Painting, Adult Education Department, Y.W.C.A from 1952  Professorial Lecturer in Painting, The American University from 1955  Resident of Arlington County, Virginia since 1936

Thematic Material:  persistence  the interaction of man and landscape  the landscape of New England, the South, Southwestern United States, Europe, Mexico and the Virgin Islands

Other recent titles: Mont Saint Michel - Brume et Lumière   Terrace of the Barranco - Gefalú Feldman Quartet Rehearsing - National Gallery 1967 and six miniatures (less than four square inches) 4 Sq. " of utter disrespect for the Square Lutanist Pennsylvania Station Demolition At George C. Miller & Son - Lithographers 1966  Fla-menee Lutanist II 1967

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