(1894 - 1978)
Sarah Freedman McPherson was active/lived in New York, Maine, Ohio / France. Sarah McPherson is known for modernist painting.
Biography Sarah McPherson
Part of the "Bohemian" circle of Greenwich Village, New York City
artists in the early 20th Century, Sarah McPherson associated in that
group with John Reed, Rockwell Kent, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and
During the 1920s, she lived in Paris, where she studied at the Academie
Julian photographer Man Ray used her as a subject. She was also
friends with prominent avant-garde intellectuals including artists
Marcel Duchamp and Djuna Barnes.
Her early painting was primarily large pastels but she later switched
to watercolor miniautres in a "neo-primitve" style with various
subjects including "wheelbarrels, oil lamps, seagulls, and
During her lifetime, her work wa
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