The following information was submitted in August of 2006 by Rachel Laskowski of Griffins Gallery:
Born in 1882 in Philadelphia, Katharine Hood McCormick lived in Germantown. She studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine art with Henry McCarter and Fred Wagner, then at Drexel Institute, then at the School for Social Research in New York City under Ralph Pearson. She worked in various mediums including oils, watercolor, pastel and woodcuts. She was best known for her watercolors and wood block prints.
She was the treasure of the American Color Print Society. She was a member of the Provincetown Printers wood block society. She was a frequent visitor to Provincetown, MA and also Ma
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