(1869 - 1944)
Ida Wells Stroud was active/lived in Louisiana, New Jersey. Ida Stroud is known for watercolor town, florals, ceramics.
Biography Ida Stroud
Active in New Orleans from 1896 to 1902 and then in Newark, New Jersey from 1920, Ida Wells Stroud, along with her daughter, Clara Stroud, was a leading figure in establishing watercolor as an acceptable and uniquely American medium for painters. She was also a ceramist and a part of the early 20th-century Arts and Crafts Movement that promoted the aesthetic creation of practical objects.
At the beginning of her career, Stroud taught at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art and from 1920 at the Stroud Studio, her own place in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. She also taught summer school in at Syracuse University from 1921 to 1924.
Stroud was born in New Orleans and studied there with Andres Molinary. She was also a student
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