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Alice (Pezet) Armstrong

 (born 1906)
Alice (Pezet) Armstrong was active/lived in New York.  Alice Armstrong is known for painting, illustration, lithography.

Alice (Pezet) Armstrong

Biography from the Archives of askART

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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About  Alice (Pezet) Armstrong

Born:  1906 - Elma, New York
Known for:  painting, illustration, lithography