(1873 - 1957)
Anna Duer Irving was active/lived in New York, Wisconsin. Anna Irving is known for painter-portrait, figure, cityscape.
Biography Anna Irving
Anna Duer Irving was born in 1873 in Madison, Wisconsin and died in
1957 in Bronx, New York. She studied at the Oldfield School
in Baltimore, Maryland, and at the Art Students League in New York City
where her teachers included Robert Henri, George Bellows, Charles
Hawthorne, Arthur Wesley Dow and John C. Johansen.
She was a member of the New Haven Paint and Clay Club, the Pen and Brush Club and the National Academy of Woman Artists.
Exhibition venues included the the Society of Independant Artists
1917-1918, 1920; New Haven Paint and Clay Club, 1929 (prize);
1949-1951; Pen and Brush Club, 1948-1952, (prizes, 1933-34,
1937-38, 1944, 1951); and the National Association of Women Artists, 19
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