(1863 - 1937)
Mary H. Teasdel was active/lived in Utah, California. Mary Teasdel is known for landscape, portrait, figure and genre painting.
Biography Mary Teasdel
Mary Teasdel was born in Salt Lake City in 1863. An important and
active impressionist painter, she was one of the first Utah women to
study in Paris. She died in Los Angeles in 1937.
attended the University of Deseret (1882-86) and studied under
Ottinger. After her graduation with high honors, she furthered
her studies with J. T. Harwood. From 1895 to 1896 she studied at the
Art Students League and at National Academy of Design in New York from
1895 to 1897. She studied in France for three years where William
Benjamin-Constant, Jules Simon, and James Whistler were her instructors.
Her work was exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1899—the first woman
and second Utahn to have this honor.
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