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Jane Peterson (1876 - 1965) American

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Jane Peterson (1876 - 1965) American

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Jane Peterson (1876 - 1965) American. Oil and Gouache on Paper. Measure 15"In H x 11"in W and 23"in H x 18 1/2"in W with frame. Born Elgin, IL, Nov. 28, 1876 d. Leawood, , Aug. 14, 1965. Painter, specialized in still-lifes and beach scenes. In 1865, she moved to New York to study at the Pratt Institute with Arthur Wesley Dow. After graduation, she taught in the Brooklyn Public Schools and studied with Frank Vincent Dumond. She went abroad and studied with Frank Brangwyn in London. Jacques Blanche and Andre L'Hote in Paris, and Joaquin Soralla in Madrid. By 1912, she was teaching watercolor painting at the Art Students League and at the Maryland Institute. She had rich patrons and was considered equal to the best of the male painters of the day. During World War I, Peterson painted war-oriented subjects that benefited Liberty Loans and the American Red Cross efforts. She painted in a brightly hued painterly, Post-Impressionist style during the height of her career, from circa 1910-1925. The artist was well known for her Gloucester harbor scenes, Venetian vignettes, New York subjects, and her exotic Orientalist paintings of North African and Constantinople. Throughout her life, she had over 80 one-woman exhibitions and was recognized as a uniquely talented painter.
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Jane Peterson (1876 - 1965) American

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Oct 18, 2020
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0003: Jane Peterson (1876 - 1965) American

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Jane Peterson (1876 - 1965) American. Oil and Gouache on Paper. Measure 15"In H x 11"in W and 23"in H x 18 1/2"in W with frame. Born Elgin, IL, Nov. 28, 1876 d. Leawood, , Aug. 14, 1965. Painter, specialized in still-lifes and beach scenes. In 1865, she moved to New York to study at the Pratt Institute with Arthur Wesley Dow. After graduation, she taught in the Brooklyn Public Schools and studied with Frank Vincent Dumond. She went abroad and studied with Frank Brangwyn in London. Jacques Blanche and Andre L'Hote in Paris, and Joaquin Soralla in Madrid. By 1912, she was teaching watercolor painting at the Art Students League and at the Maryland Institute. She had rich patrons and was considered equal to the best of the male painters of the day. During World War I, Peterson painted war-oriented subjects that benefited Liberty Loans and the American Red Cross efforts. She painted in a brightly hued painterly, Post-Impressionist style during the height of her career, from circa 1910-1925. The artist was well known for her Gloucester harbor scenes, Venetian vignettes, New York subjects, and her exotic Orientalist paintings of North African and Constantinople. Throughout her life, she had over 80 one-woman exhibitions and was recognized as a uniquely talented painter.
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