(1891 - 1960)
Dorothy Stanley Emmons was active/lived in Massachusetts, Georgia, Maine. Dorothy Emmons is known for landscape, illustrator, etcher.
Biography Dorothy Emmons
The daughter of photographer Chansonnetta Emmons, Dorothy Emmons was a painter, etcher, illustrator and writer. She was a member of the Stanley Steamer family and was married to a Rev. Whitchurch at the time of her death in Kingfield, Maine.
She studied at Wellesley College and in Ogunquit with Charles Woodbury. Other teachers were Aldro Hibbard, George Noyes, and George E Browne. She lived in Newton, Massachusetts but also painted in Charleston, North Carolina; Savannah, Georgia; Florida, and Bermuda. She was a member of the Copley Society and of the Massachusetts Federated Women's Club from whom she won exhibition prizes in 1933 and 1934. Her work is in their collection.
Emmons was also an author and illustrator for magazine
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