(1868 - 1953)
Mary Brewster Hazelton was active/lived in Massachusetts. Mary Hazelton is known for portrait, figure in interior, landscape.
Biography Mary Hazelton
Mary Brewster Hazelton was a distinguished portrait painter in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. She was especially known for her portraits of sensitive seeming young women, often costumed in somewhat exotic gowns or shawls. An examples is her painting, "The Letter," 1914, 38 x 32, which depicts a lovely-appearing young woman seated at a table, wearing a green dress with a fur-edged cream swathe of fabric encircling her body like a royal robe.
Born in 1868 in Milton, Massachusetts, Hazelton studied with Edmund C. Tarbell, the famous painter and teacher, at the Museum School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, where Hazelton herself would later teach intermittently between 1892 to 1906. At the School, Hazelton was among a group c
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