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Sue Gill

 (1887 - 1989)
Sue May Wescott Gill was active/lived in Pennsylvania.  Sue Gill is known for portrait, figure, floral still life.

Biography   Sue Gill


Sue May Gill was born January 12, 1887 in Sabinal, Texas, the second child of Asa Jones Gailey and Sue Louise Connally.  As a teenager she attended classes at the Chicago Art Institute. In 1910 Sue May Gailey married Dr. Orville D. Wescott, a physician residing in Denver, Colorado.  Together they had one daughter, Mary Sue, in 1915.  A doctor in the US Army during WWI, Orville remained distant from his family and diligent in his service to the government following the war, and the couple eventually divorced in 1927.

Sue May was persuaded to join her sister Sarah in Philadelphia during the years of separation from her husband and in 1919 she began her study at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine A   ...  Displaying 750 of 2099 characters.

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