Julia de Wolfe Gibbs Addison
(1866 - 1952)
Julia de Wolfe Gibbs Addison was active/lived in Massachusetts / Italy. Julia Addison is known for heraldic and ecclesiastic design, crafts, painting, writing, music.
Biography Julia de Wolfe Gibbs Addison
Addison, Julia de Wolfe (Gibbs) (1866-1952)
Artist, author, composer; born Boston, February 24, 1866. Daughter of Franklin and Ann de Wolf (Lovett) Gibbs.
Educated in England and Boston, specialized in music and art, also studied art in Italy.
Married February 20, 1889, Reverend Daniel Delaney Addison, D.D., rector of All Saints Church, Brookline, Massachusetts.
Art specialty is in ecclesiastic and heraldic design and illumination and embroideries; composer of music of songs, carols, etc.
Active member of Society of Arts and Crafts.
Author of works on art; Art of the Pitti Palace, 1903; Classic Myths in Art, 1904; Art of the National G
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