Susanne (Susie) Lathrop
(1860 - 1938)
Susanne (Susie) Lathrop was active/lived in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. Susanne Lathrop is known for illustration, mythology, furniture making, and rural landscape painting.
Biography Susanne (Susie) Lathrop
The sisters Clara Welles Lathrop (1853–1907), Bessie Stebbins Lathrop
(1854–1930) and Susanne (Susie) Lathrop (1860–1938) were artists and
teachers in Northampton, Mass., who exhibited and traveled widely. Clara
was a painter, Bessie was a leather worker and woodcarver, and Susie
illustrated publications. In addition to exhibiting in the U.S. and
Europe, they organized intellectual salons at their Northampton studio
and taught art at schools including Smith College.
were daughters of Henry Lathrop (1811–1888), a dry-goods merchant, and
Clara Stebbins Lathrop (1823–1908), a philanthropist who founded a home
for aged and invalid women in Northampton. The girls’ grandfather Daniel
Stebbins was a physician
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