EDWIN MURRAY MacKAY
MacKay was born in Sebewaing, Michigan in 1869. His art instruction was traditional, as it was for many young aspiring Americans. Jean-Paul Laurens was one of his teachers at the Académie Julian in Paris, and he also studied under Kenyon Cox. In 1907, MacKay returned from Paris and paid his respects to friends and family in Detroit. At that time he had a studio in New York and another in Paris.
MacKay exhibited two portraits in the 1908 Carnegie International (again in 1910, 1911, and 1913), and in 1909 and 1912 he exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts but remained active in the Paris Salon. The Little Dressmaker was exhibited there in the spring of 191
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