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Winifred Brady Adams

 (1871 - 1955)
Winifred Brady Adams was active/lived in Indiana, Michigan.  Winifred Adams is known for floral still life painting.

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Winifred Brady Adams


A floral still-life painter much influenced by her teacher William Merritt Chase, Winifred Adams spent most of her life in Indiana where she was married to her art teacher, J. Ottis Adams.  Winifred Adams was born in Muncie, where her sister married Frank Clayton Ball, a founder of Ball Brothers Glass, a major Indiana company that made canning jars and lids.  This connection, due to the generosity of her sister and brother-in-law, allowed Winifred and her family to buy a cottage in Leland, Michigan on the shores of Lake Michigan.  The place became their summer home and provided J. Ottis Adams many scenic subjects for his canvases and also a retreat where Winifred could paint, although in those years she was much pre  ...  Displaying 750 of 5906 characters.



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About  Winifred Brady Adams

Born:  1871 - Muncie, Indiana
Died:   1955 - Indianapolis, Indiana
Known for:  floral still life painting