(1880 - 1969)
Alice Browning Doughten was active/lived in New Jersey. Alice Doughten is known for portrait, figure, genre, still life painting.
Biography Alice Doughten
Born in Camden, New Jersey, Alice Doughten became noted for her still life and landscape paintings with figures, usually watercolors and sometimes abstract in style. She studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Henry McCarter, Earl Horter, Ralph Pearson, Fred Wagner and Hugh Breckenridge. Exhibition venues included the Art Institute of Chicago where in 1915 she entered the Annual Exhibition of Watercolors with two paintings: "Breton Peasant" and "Gathering Seaweed, Brittany".
These paintings reflected her travels to France. According to the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts School Circular, 1910, p. 64, Miss Doughten received the Cresson Travelling Scholarship in 1910. To quote from the Circular (p.43): "The
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