Born in Elmhurst, New York, she studied art with her father, George
Traver. Until his death, she shared a studio with him for many years in
New York City. Her favorite subject and the one that brought her much
acclaim was New England winter scenes.
She was active from 1918 to 1946
in the National Association of Women Artists. Among her many exhibition
venues were the National Academy of Design from 1925 to 1935, the 1931
International Art Club in London, and the Catherine Wolfe Art Club in
Source: Paul Sternberg, Art by American Women
The following additional information was submitted by Warren Harris in May of 2006:
Marion Traver was my next-door neighbor in the Osborne Apartments at
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