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Josephine Walters

 (1837 - 1883)
Josephine Walters was active/lived in New York.  Josephine Walters is known for Hudson River landscape.

Biography   Josephine Walters


The following is from Stephanie Strass, Reston VA:

M. Josephine Walters

Josephine Walters is one of the few 19th century women Hudson River artists.
Little is known about her life, including her year of birth. Her exhibition records show that she lived in New York City from 1867-1875 and in Hoboken, NJ from 1878-1883, the year she died. She studied with Asher Durand and was described as his favorite woman student in the book "Life and Times of Asher B. Durand", p. 184, by his son John Durand.

She exhibited at the National Academy of Design from 1864-1883 and with the Brooklyn Art Association from 1866-1881. She also exhibited with the American Society of Painters in Watercolor, Yale School of Fine Arts, the San Fran   ...  Displaying 750 of 1522 characters.

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