Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne
(1892 - 1971)
Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Coyne is known for impressionist landscape painting, horses, marine and still life.
Biography Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne
Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne, artist, Pennsylvania Impressionist; maintained studio, 1716 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. b. June 21, 1892 d. April 11, 1971.
Parents: Philadelphia chemical manufacturer and distributor George S. Coyne and Mary A. Coyne, daughter of Textile Industrialist James Kitchenman.
Education: Friends Central School, Class of 1910; Women’s School of Design (now the Moore College of Art and Design), studied with Leopold Seyffert; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, studied with Cecilia Beaux, Edwin H. Blashfield, Hugh Breckenridge and Philip Hale; awarded Cresson Travelling Scholarship, PAFA 1918, studied Paris.
First Prize for Water Color, Plastic Club, 1931; Alumnae
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