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Elizabeth Nourse

 (1859 - 1938)
Elizabeth Nourse was active/lived in Ohio, New York / France.  Elizabeth Nourse is known for domestic interior, women with children-painting.

Biography   Elizabeth Nourse


Elizabeth Nourse, born at Mt. Healthy (Cincinnati), Ohio on 26 October 1859, enrolled with her twin sister Adelaide at the McMicken School of Design in 1874 and took instruction from Thomas S. Noble (1835-1907). Adelaide would become a wood-carver.  At that time there was still no possibility for a woman to draw after the nude male figure, which was an important step in the traditional curriculum for art students.  Some of Elizabeth's early works show the indirect influence of Frank Duveneck's broad-brushed technique (e.g. Old Man and Child, 1887). Nourse studied briefly under William Sartain (1843-1924) in New York and met William Merritt Chase and J. Alden Weir.  She traveled to Paris with Louise, another sister,


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