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Chansonetta Emmons

 (1857 - 1937)
Chansonetta Stanley Emmons was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine.  Chansonetta Emmons is known for photographer, miniature, landscape.

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A photographer and painter of miniatures and landscapes, and craftsperson, Chansonetta Emmons was born in Kingfield, Maine where she lived much of her life, but was also active in Boston. There she was a member of the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts and the American Artists Professional League. Teachers included John Enneking and John George Brown.

Exhibition venues included the Wellesley College Museum, 1913.

Emmons was known primarily for her photographs of rural landscapes of Maine and South Carolina. Her brothers were F.E. and E.O. Stanley, who invented the Stanley Steamer, and they helped finance her career.

Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"
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