(1867 - 1958)
Margaret Wendell Huntington was active/lived in New York. Margaret Huntington is known for landscape, floral still life, marine.
Biography Margaret Huntington
Margaret W. Huntington, born in 1867, was a painter of landscapes and
still-lifes who lived in New York City, exhibiting in galleries
including Passedoit and Midtown. She was a member of the National
Association of Women Painters and Sculptors in New York City, and won
prizes in their exhibitions in 1927, 1931 and 1937.
Her painting, Nantucket Houses,
is in the Campbell Collection of Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, and
is an expressionist painting of two houses, a larger white one framed
by two trees, with a smaller red house to the side, seeming to snarl at
its secondary position. The painting is influenced by Vincent Van
Gogh, but has Huntington's individuality, and emotional and symbolic
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