(1871 - 1959)
Emily Nichols Hatch was active/lived in New York. Emily Hatch is known for portrait, sea-landscape, graphics.
Biography Emily Hatch
Born in Newport, Rhode Isalnd, she studied at the Artists and Artisans
Institute. At the Shinnecock summer School of Art on Long Island she
studied with Charles Hawthorne, Walter Shirlaw and William Merritt
Chase. She made several trips to Europe and had a studio in Paris. She
was listed as portrait painter, wood- block printer, lecturer, teacher,
and writer. In New York, she was President, 1921-25, of the National
Association of Women Artists and provided leadership for its permanent
quarters at 17 East 62nd Street. In 1940, she became the Director of
the Tarrytown, New York, Art Center.
Paul Sternberg, Sr., "Art by American Women"