Rachel V Hartley
(1884 - 1955)
Rachel V. Hartley was active/lived in New York. Rachel Hartley is known for painting, illustration, teaching.
Biography Rachel V. Hartley
Rachel Hartley (1884-1955) was born in New York City. She was the
granddaughter of George Inness (1825-1894), and the daughter of
sculptor Jonathan Hartley. She began to paint and sketch at age
10. She studied at the Art Students League of NY, and she later
became a teacher of the League, and a member of the American Federation
of the Arts.
She was very active in the Pen and Brush club of
NYC beginning in 1918. She participated in the Club's 1928 show
with three works. She was also a member of both the National and
Washington Arts clubs. She is known for American impressionism
and was friendly with Sargent, Whistler and Hassam.
studied art in Paris and the French influence is
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