(1830 - 1909)
Ellen Maria Carpenter was active/lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut. Ellen Carpenter is known for landscape, portrait.
Biography Ellen Carpenter
Ellen Carpenter was a popular landscape painter in oil and watercolor and teacher of art in Boston, Massachusetts. She had hundreds of pupils and many close friends including the poet, John Greenleaf Whittier. Her work can be found in the Bugbee Memorial Library of Danielson, Connecticut; the Boston Grand Lodge of the Masons; and the Marlborough, Massachusetts Public Library.
She was known to have painted in the White Mountains of New Hampshire as well as the South, Pacific Coast, California including Yosemite in the 1870s. Her paintings such as "A View from Mariposa Trail of the Yosemite Valley" (1870s), "Pleasant Valley on the Merrimach" (sic), and "Lake Amitash in Amesbury" were described as "revealing at times the men
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