[Street Scene]

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Description

Fair condition, some flaking, removed from frame
Oil on canvas

Abstract

Lizbeth Clifton Hunter was born in Gilroy, CA on Nov. 29, 1868. Hunter was a pupil of Henry B. Snell. She was a resident of NYC in 1938 and of Redding Ridge, CT in 1947. She is reported to have died about that time.

Member: Nat'l Ass'n of Women Painters & Sculptors; New York Watercolor Society; Boston Watercolor Club.

Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
American Art Annual 1933; Women Artists in America (Collins & Opitz); Who's Who in American Art, 1936-47.
Hunter was married to a John J. Osborn of Connecticut and the 2 were divorced in June of 1895. Hunter spent 4 months in England and France in 1913 and lived at lived at 50 W. 67th Street in Manhattan as of 1923.

Date

1918-01-01

Extent

11 x 18"

Medium

canvas

Type

Identifier

Marjorie Echols Collection, WCSU Archives, MS035

Provenance

Provenance unknown prior to its inclusion in the Marjorie Echols Collection. Hunter lived in Redding in the late 1940s.

Files

ms035_md6_01_hunter_001.jpg

Citation

Hunter, Elizabeth Clifton (Lizbeth C. Hunter), 1868-1948, Marjorie -- collector. Echols, and L.C. (Lizbeth Clifton), 1868-1948 Hunter. “[Street Scene].” Marjorie Echols Local Artists Collection, MS035. WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 19 Sep. 2019.

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