(1867 - 1956)
Maud Mary Mason was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Maud Mason is known for still life and landscape painting, ceramics, teaching.
Biography Maud Mason
Born in Russellville, Kentucky, Maud Mary Mason was a painter of floral still lifes and a ceramist who made her home in New Canaan, Connecticut where she had a home with flower beds so remarkable that they were often a part of public tours. She was also very active as an exhibiting artist and in artist organizations including the American Water Color Society, the Allied Artists of America, and the National Association of Women artists, which she served as President. In 1934, she was elected an associate member of the National Academy of Design.
In New York she studied art with William Merrrit Chase, Henry Snell and Arthur Dow and also studied at the Art Students League and the Pratt Institute. She continued her stud
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