Alice De Haas
(1859 - 1920)
Alice Preble Tucker De Haas was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Alice De Haas is known for sea-landscape, portrait-miniature paintings.
Biography Alice De Haas
Alice De Haas was born in Boston and spent the majority of her life in East Gloucester, Massachusetts and in New York City. She studied art with William Merritt Chase, R. Swain Gifford and with the Dutch/American painter Mauritz de Haas. She also studied with Rhoda Holmes Nicholls and at the Academie Julian in Paris.
Alice married Mauritz de Haas, and after his death in 1895, she married William Carpender. She was listed in the American Art Annuals under both of her married names.
Alice de Haas became known for her miniatures as well as paintings of the sea and its related activities.
The artist's professional memberships included the New York Water Color Society and the New York Society of Painters