(1855 - 1924)
Evelyn Rumsey Cary was active/lived in New York. Evelyn Cary is known for portrait, landscape, art nouveau poster.
Biography Evelyn Cary
Buffalo, New York artist Evelyn Rumsey Cary is best known for her design of an Art Nouveau style poster depicting an Indian princess at Niagara Falls. She painted "The Spirit of Niagara", the official emblem of the Pan American Exposition, in 1901, and it was used in Pan American advertising. It now hangs in the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, in Buffalo, New York.
She also is noted for her genre works and portraits including a portrait of Charlotte Mulligan in the Twentieth Century Club, which Charlotte founded.
Evelyn was the wife of Dr. Charles Cary, whom she married in 1879, and aunt of sculptor Charles Cary Rumsey. Evelyn Rumsey was also the daughter of Bronson C Rumsey. She studied at the Art Students League
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