Anne Stone Batchellor was active/lived in Michigan, New York. Anne Batchellor is known for painting, teaching.
Biography Anne Batchellor
Anee Batchellor was a student of the Artist-Artisans Institute* in New
York City 1894 through 1896. It was an industrial art college
begun in 1888, and instructors during those years included Mrs.
Florence E. Cory, textile design; Walter Shirlaw, Charles C. Curran; F.
Wellington Ruckstuhl, the sculptor; and George Wharton Edwards, the
well-known illustrator. The School was organized by John Ward
Stinson- himself a graduate of Yale and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in
Paris. Batchellor was also a student of the Delecluse Institute*
in Paris in 1897 and 1898.
In 1898 she was hired as Director of the Art Department at Olivet
College in Olivet, Michigan. There she taught drawing and
painting. In add
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