Alice Mumford Roberts Culin
(1875 - 1950)
Alice Mumford Roberts Culin was active/lived in New York, Pennsylvania. Alice Culin is known for portrait, figure, genre, illustrator.
Biography Alice Mumford Roberts Culin
Alice Mumford attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where she studied with Joseph DeCamp, Robert Henri, and Carl Newman. She studied with William Merritt Chase at the summer school in Shinnecock, NY. At the PAFA, she met fellow artist Marie Haughton, and in 1898 they both traveled to Europe to paint. Alice stayed and studied for two years in Spain and then Paris, where she exhibited at the Paris Salon (1900); and then to London to study for one year in Whistler’s newly founded art school, where she exhibited at Earl’s Court (1902).
Mumford returned to the US and began her career as a noted portrait painter. She won the Mary Smith Prize at the PAFA in 1905 and 1910. She maintained her close frie
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