(1886 - 1966)
Eunice Cashion MacLennan was active/lived in California, Missouri. Eunice MacLennan is known for portrait, landscape, bird-still life.
Biography Eunice MacLennan
A painter and lithographer who settled in California, Eunice MacLennan was a well educated and respected art professional, both as a fine artist and teacher. Her subjects include portraits, birds, landscapes, and still lifes, and many of her large canvases feature animals. She was ever-concerned about the treatment and protection of wildlife and was a regular visitor to the bird refuge at Feather Hill Ranch near Santa Barbara. She also traveled to Sequoia and Yosemite to sketch deer.
A lecturer and writer, she wrote art columns that appeared in the "Monterey Peninsula Herald," the "Carmel Pine Cone," newspaper, and art journals.
She was a regular exhibitor between 1930 and 1960. Her California affiliations included the Carmel
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