(1891 - 1986)
Mabel Pugh was active/lived in North Carolina, New York. Mabel Pugh is known for impressionist painting, woodblocks, illustration, teaching.
Biography Mabel Pugh
Like many other genteel young ladies of the day, Mabel Pugh had education which began at a regional liberal arts college for women. Raleigh, North Carolina's Peace Institute (later College) was not far from Pugh's hometown of Morrisville and proved an ideal launching ground for a career that took her to two of the country's leading art academies as well as abroad to advance her studies. Following her 1913 graduation from Peace, Pugh moved to New York, where she studied at the Art Students League and Columbia University. She then enrolled for four years of study at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where, in 1919, she was awarded the prestigious Cresson Traveling Scholarship to fund study in Europe.
Upon her return, Pugh sett
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