(1892 - 1978)
Mae Huffman Duquette was active/lived in Iowa, Nebraska, California, Kansas. Mae Duquette is known for portrait, marine and landscape painting.
Biography Mae Duquette
Beginning her art studies in 1922, Mae Duquette became a painter of
portraits, plein-air western landscapes and still life. She
married Charles Medard Duquette, and the couple lived their early years
together in Omaha, Nebraska where she took her first art lessons
beginning 1922 from Augustus Dunbier. Moving to California and
ultimately settling in San Gabriel, she continued her training with
Owen Smith, Will Foster, Merlin Enabnit, Sergei Bongart and Ted Lukits.
1932, she exhibited paintings at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine
Arts. Her portrait of Thomas McKean, first Governor of
Pennsylvania and signer of the Declaration of Independence, is a part
of the Smithsonian collection in Washington D.C.&nbs
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