(1851 - 1931)
Blanche Dillaye was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Blanche Dillaye is known for etcher, landscape, architecture.
Biography Blanche Dillaye
Blanche Dillaye was born in Philadelphia in 1851 of a well-to-do family. She studied from 1877 to 1882 at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Thomas Eakins; learned etching in 1883 from Stephen Parrish in the same city; and then studied in Paris with Eduardo-Leon Garrido from 1885 to 1887.
Dillaye was a multi-faceted woman in terms of her involvement in various aspects of the arts, both creative and administrative. She was a painter, illustrator and etcher of landscapes, seascapes and architecture; silversmith, jeweler and poster designer; writer and teacher; President and a Founder of the Plastic Club in Philadelphia; President of both the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy and the Philadelphia Watercolor Club; as wel
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