(1784 - 1864)
Catherine Margaret Reynolds was active/lived in Michigan, Ontario / Canada. Catherine Reynolds is known for landscape and frontier settlement scenes-watercolor, sepia.
Biography Catherine Reynolds
One of the earlier artists of the Detroit River region, Catherine Reynolds was a self-taught landscape and river scene painter, primarily between the years of 1810 and 1820. She was also a prolific copyist of European subjects.
Reynolds was born in Detroit, which was then a part of Canada, where her father, Thomas Reynolds, a member of the British Army, was Commissary at Detroit. The family was prominent in the British community, when Detroit was part of British North America. They lived within the Fort on a lot purchased by them in 1780 on St. Louis Street. The 1782 census lists three boys and two girls in the household.
She lived there until 1796, when, because of Detroit being ceded to the United Sta
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