Emily Inez Denny
(1853 - 1918)
Emily Inez Denny was active/lived in Washington. Emily Denny is known for landscape and scenes of early history.
Biography Emily Inez Denny
Emily Inez Denny (December 23, 1853 - August 23, 1918) was a painter who drew scenes from Seattle's early history, along with landscapes of the Puget Sound region. Her parents were Seattle pioneers David Denny (1832-1903) and Louisa Boren Denny (1827-1916), who came to Seattle from Cherry Grove, Illinois over the Oregon Trail.
She survived the Battle of Seattle in 1856 and later painted the event as well as many landscapes and nature scenes from the region. The Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) in Seattle holds the largest collection of her works. This museum valued one of her most popular untitled works, dated 1888, at $42,500 in July 2008. I
In 2007, her painting Panoramic View of the Olympic Mountains was disp
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