Born in NYC on Sept. 20, 1910, Mary Cane was the daughter of artist Florence Naumburg and attorney Melville Cane. Mary studied art under her mother and, upon graduation from the Walden School in NYC, continued in Munich at the Hans Hofmann School.
She was a resident of Los Angeles in 1938-39 and in 1941 married Dr. Arthur Robinson. After moving to Denver, CO in 1947, she remained there until her demise in June 1987.
Her media include oil, watercolor, and acrylic.
Exhibition: Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939.
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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