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encountered lack of understanding of her purpose, disapproval of her bold technique, questioning of the depth of her artistic inspiration. To these she has paid such attention as their constructive value warranted, and has continued the work to which she early addressed herself, placing her name on the roll of America's sons and daughters who have spoken a true message to the world. Léonce Bénédité, curator of the Luxembourg Museum, has spoken of her as follows: "In judging her craftsmanship we need consider her only as an artist, for she is one who bears the title with just pride and dignity". She married, 25 August, 1896, Harry Payne Whitney, and their children are : Flora P. who married Roderick Tower, son of Charlemagne Tower, of Philadelphia; Cornelius and Barbara.