(early 20th century)
Martha Levy was active/lived in New York. Martha Levy is known for landscape and town building easel paintings, mural.
Biography Martha Levy
The following is from Roger Van Oosten, art patron of Seattle and researcher:
Martha Levy's early art training included a membership at the Art Students League* where she attended the League's summer school in Woodstock in 1926 and 1932. Also in Woodstock, she studied under John Fabian Carlson, and she later traveled to Italy in the late 1920s to further her art education.
In Woodstock from the mid-1920s to the mid-1930s, Levy focused her art on landscapes, choosing oil painted over tempera as her medium of choice. Like many artists in the 1930's, Levy fell on hard times. She joined the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP) in 1933. The PWAP was the first New Deal Project to aid artists hard hit by the Gr
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