(1866 - 1951)
Mary Earl Wood was active/lived in Massachusetts. Mary Wood is known for portrait, landscape, illustration.
Biography Mary Wood
Mary Earl Wood — creator of portraits, landscapes, and illustrative art in both oil and watercolor — was born in Lowell, MA in 1866 and died in May of 1951 while residing in Chelmsford, MA. Her ancestry goes back to early Lowell settlers such as Captain John Ford of the Revolutionary War and the first to use waterpower generated by the Pawtucket Falls near his Lowell home. Mary Earl's early education took place in Lowell and then at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, she was able to study with Joseph Rodefer De Camp (1858-1923), when he was the director of the School of Drawing and Painting; Edmund Charles Tarbell (1862-1938); and Frank Weston Benson (1862-1951). She affectionately referred to these instructo
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