(1873 - 1964)
Emma Mendenhall was active/lived in Ohio. Emma Mendenhall is known for impressionist landscape, floral still life and portrait painting.
Biography Emma Mendenhall
Known for her impressionistic watercolors, especially flowers but including landscapes and portraits, Emma Mendenhall was born in Cincinnati, Ohio at a time when it was a thriving artist community that included Frank Duveneck, John Twachtmann, Joseph De Camp, Henry Farny and Joseph Henry Sharp.
Mendenhall was the niece of Mrs. Larz Anderson, a Cincinnati art patron and philanthropist, and this connection helped the young girl become a part of local society. She studied with Duveneck at the Cincinnati Art Academy, with Jules Lefebvre in Paris at the Julian Academy, with William Merritt Chase in Shinnecock Hills, Long Island, and Charles Woodbury at his Ogunquit, Maine Summer School.
Mendenhall traveled widely, often with her f
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