(1886 - 1983)
Elizabeth Morse (Hunking) Walsh was active/lived in Massachusetts. Elizabeth Walsh is known for portrait, figure, industrial, landscape paintings.
Biography Elizabeth Walsh
Elizabeth Morse Walsh (Hunking) was known as a painter of portraits, figures, and landscapes. Walsh received her training at the MFA School under Bensen, Tarbell, Paxton, and Hale around 1906. There she was awarded a scholarship to study abroad. However, she decided to wait to travel abroad until the end of the intervening years of World War I. While she waited, she painted portraits and exhibited her work at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the St. Louis Art Museum. She also had a solo show at the Whistler House in Lowell in 1918.
By 1922, Walsh could safely travel to Europe, spending two years in Paris studying with the academic artist, Louis Biloul and exhibiting at the Salon. She also v
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