(1899 - 1968)
Amy (Frisbie, Blair) Jones was active/lived in New York. Amy Jones is known for genre, figure, mural; illustrator, educator, lithographer.
Painter, muralist, printmaker, illustrator Amy Jones was born in Buffalo, New York in 1899. She studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and with Xavier Gonzales, Peppino Mangravite and Carlus Dryer. Among many others, Jones created illustrations for Standard Oil of New Jersey; Woman's Day; and publishing houses Random House, Thomas Y. Crowell, and World Publishing.
Jones has exhibited in venues in America, including Wave Hill, Riverdale, New York in 1977; several times in New York City; Buffalo, New York; Annapolis, Maryland; Miami, Florida; at the Oklahoma Art Center; and New Britain Museum of American Art, Connecticut. She exhibited internationally in Gallery of Glory Be, Kingston, Jamaica, 1975; and Galleria Il Sigilio, ... Displaying 750 of 3003 characters.
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