(1888 - 1958)
Alice Bolam Preston was active/lived in Massachusetts. Alice Preston is known for figure-genre and still life painting, illustration, crafts.
Biography Alice Preston
An illustrator, designer, craftsperson who lived in Beverly Farms, Massachusetts, Alice Preston was especially known for children's book illustration. Working for Houghton Mifflin, she illustrated The Green Forest Fairy Book, Whistle for Good Fortune, The Valley of Color Days, Adventures in Mother Gooseland, Peggy in her Blue Frock and Humpty Dumpty House. She also did occasional magazine cover illustration for House Beautiful between 1925 and 1958.
Preston studied at the Massachusetts School of Art, and studied with Vesper George, Henry Snell and Felicie Waldo Howell Art.
Memberships were the Pen & Brush Club, Copley Society, Rockport Art Association, Boston Art Club, North Shore Artists Association, G
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