(1891 - 1964)
Mary Gray was active/lived in Connecticut, Iowa, New York. Mary Gray is known for interiors, still life, and miniature painting, printmaking, teaching.
Biography Mary Gray
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mary Gray was a painter, known for small impressionist interior scenes. She studied art with Lila Hetzel at
at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh and with Arthur
Dow at Columbia University in New York.
Active in New York City, she exhibited
with the National Academy of Design in 26 annual exhibitions between
1921 and 1949. She was at teacher in 1940 at the Emma Willard School and her work was represented in New York City by Grand Central Art
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
Paul Sternberg, Art by American Women