Mary Ogden Abbott
(1894 - 1981)
Mary Ogden Abbott was active/lived in Massachusetts. Mary Abbott is known for landscape painting, illustration, printmaking.
Biography Mary Ogden Abbott
A longtime resident of Concord, Massachusetts, Mary Abbott lived a long life as a broadly traveled landscape painter including views of the American West, the western Himalayas and Mexico. She also carved wooden doors, which are at the entrance of the Department of the Interior in Washington D.C. and was an illustrator of articles and books including Wild Animals of Five Rivers Country by George Cory Franklin.
She was a direct descendant of John Quincy Adams and was educated at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, graduating in 1917. From 1920 to 1927, she traveled around the world which included travels in Asia, a horse back trip through the Grand Canyon, hunting wild animals in Mexico, and exploring the Tsegi Canyo
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