(1869 - 1940)
Marie Danforth Page was active/lived in Massachusetts. Marie Page is known for child portrait painting.
Biography Marie Page
Boston artist Marie Danforth Page, born there in 1869, was a popular and successful portraitist who painted, among many other sitters, six Harvard professors from 1928 to 1931, whose portraits remain in the collection of the University. Favorite subjects for portraits were children and mothers and children.
Page studied with Helen Knowlton from 1886 to 1889, and at the Boston Museum School from 1890 to 1895 with Edmund C. Tarbell and Frank W. Benson. Her art education continued during a trip to Europe in 1903, when she copied Velasquez's paintings in Spain, and then studied color theory back in the United States with Denman Ross at Harvard summer school.
She painted an interesting portrait of her husband, Calvin G. Page, whom
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