Florence Pearl Nosworthy
(1872 - 1936)
Florence Pearl England Nosworthy was active/lived in Connecticut, Wisconsin. Florence Pearl Nosworthy is known for illustrator, genre, figure.
Biography Florence Pearl Nosworthy
Florence Pearl England Nosworthy was born in 1872 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and died 1936 in Hampton, Connecticut. Nosworthy studied with Tarbell and Benson at Boston Museum School of Fine Art; K. Cox and Barse at Art Students League, New York. She was a member of the Copley Society; Southern FA. Her work was exhibited at the Salons of America in 1934. She illustrated: Great Musicians; Miss Theodora; Bunny Brown books; Tommy Tinker's books; Betty of Wye; Land of Play (1911) and covers for women's and children's magazines; calendars and postcards.
Source: WW33 Petteys, Dictionary of Women Artists.
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