Alice (Pezet) Armstrong
Alice (Pezet) Armstrong was active/lived in New York. Alice Armstrong is known for painting, illustration, lithography.
An illustrator for The New York Times
, Alice Armstrong was also a painter and lithographer*. She lived in New York City. Her education included Skidmore College, Art Students League* of New York with George Bridgman and George Luks; National Academy of Design* with Charles Hawthorne, and Grand Central School of Art* with Wayman Adams, Harvey Dunn, and Jonas Lie.
Exhibition venues were Anderson Gallery, 1931; National Academy of Design, 1936-38; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts*, 1937-38; Art Institute of Chicago*, 1937-38; World's Fair, New York 1939; Library of Congress, 1945; Florence Tricker Gallery, 1939; Bronx Museum, 1945.; Village Art Center, 1946; and Salons of America*.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
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