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Mary Parker Kornhauser

 (born c. 1882)
Mary Parker Kornhauser was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Delaware.  Mary Kornhauser is known for watercolor painting.

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Mary Parker Kornhauser


Biography from Reading Public Museum

Mary Parker Kornhauser was born circa 1882 and was married to fellow Philadelphia-area artist David Emanuel Kornhauser (1884-?). She attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and exhibited two works there at the 1916 Annual Exhibition.

She was also a member of the Graphic Sketch Club of Philadelphia, where she exhibited and served as an instructor along with her husband, David, in 1916. Additionally, Kornhauser exhibited at the Philadelphia Watercolor Club of the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society exhibition in 1913. 

In the 19 teens, her address was recorded as 1230 Locust Street, Philadelphia; by 1920, she was recorded in Camden, New Jersey, and by 1930, in Haverford, Delaware. The couple had a son, David, in 1918.

Her work is represented in the Reading Public Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania.
 
Submitted by Scott Schweigert
Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania
 



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About  Mary Parker Kornhauser

Born:  c. 1882
Known for:  watercolor painting