(1880 - 1949)
Carolyn Campbell Mase was active/lived in New York. Carolyn Mase is known for impressionist landscape, still life and seascape painting.
Biography Carolyn Mase
Carolyn Mase (1880-1949)
Born in Fishkill Landing in 1880, she had developed into a well established artist by 1912. She was raised in Beacon, New York, where the fire station is named after her father, Willard H. Mase. After finishing school in Beacon, Ms. Mase and her friend and contemporary, Alice Judson, traveled to France to study painting where they were influenced by the Impressionists of the day: Renoir, Manet and Monet.
"Ms. Mase's style lent itself well to the subject matter of the Hudson River and its Highlands...radically changing the images from the precise Hudson River School technique to the softer impressionism then gaining influence abroad." Later in life, Mase spent time
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