(1904 - 1986)
Louise Pershing was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Louise Pershing is known for floral, landscape-urban, portrait painting.
Biography Louise Pershing
Louise Pershing was born in 1904 and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts in Philadelphia. She later attended the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, the University of Pittsburgh, where she studied under Aalexander Kostellow and G. Romanoglie. Pershing also studied with the abstract expressionist Hans Hoffman. She was a member of the National Association of Women Artists, the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society, and the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh.
Pershing's first public exhibition was in 1927, with the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. In the 1931 exhibition she won the Art Society of Pittsburgh Prize for her portrait Mrs. Little. This work was later purchased by the One Hundred
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