(1891 - 1973)
Lauren Ford was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Lauren Ford is known for genre, figure, religious, graphics.
Biography Lauren Ford
Lauren Ford was a painter, etcher and writer/illustrator of children's books whose subjects were children and Christian themes in present-day settings. She often used her farm in Connecticut as the background of her paintings. "The Little Book About God," 1934, and "The Ageless Story," 1939, are two of her books for children. "Life" magazine published her paintings of religious scenes and Christ's boyhood in 1938 and 1944 in their Christmas issues.
Ford was born in 1891 in New York City, the daughter of author Julia Ellsworth Ford and hotel owner Simeon Ford. Raised in New York, Connecticut and Brittany, France, she learned to draw as a child, with the support of her mother. She later studied with George Bridgman and Frank Dumond at
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