(1861 - 1950)
Isabelle Dwight Sprague-Smith was active/lived in Florida. Isabelle SpragueSmith is known for painting, design, educator.
Biography Isabelle Sprague-Smith
A painter, art activist, and art educator including art instructor and
principal at the Veltin School for Girls in New York City from 1900-25,
Isabell Dwight Sprague-Smith was also Director of the MacDowell
Association in Peterborough, New Hampshire. In addition, she was
founder of the Bach Festival in Winter Park, Florida.
She was a student at the Dwight School of Art and the Art Students
League in New York City. She also studied in Paris. In
Florida, she was a member of the Florida Historical Society, the
Audubon Society and the All Artists of Florida.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art