(1874 - 1950)
Sally Cross Bill was active/lived in Massachusetts. Sally Bill is known for portrait-figure, floral, miniature.
Biography Sally Bill
Sally Cross Bill, (Mrs. Carroll Bill) was a painter and teacher, who was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1874 and died 1950 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. She was a pupil of Joseph DeCamp and Ross Turner in Boston.
Memberships included: Boston Society Water Color Painters; North Shore Art Associaton, Guild of Boston Artists; Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, National Association of Women Artists, and New York Water Color Society.
Boston Art Club, 1896 1907; Art Institute of Chicago, 1901-1918 (as Sally Cross), 1925 1930 (as S.C. Bill); Pennsylvania Academy, 1902-1904, 1931; Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 (Silver Medal); Society of Indepenent Artsts, 1931; Los Angeles Museum of Art, 193
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