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Mary Carlisle

 (1869 - 1925)
Mary Helen Carlisle was active/lived in New York, California.  Mary Carlisle is known for landscape-garden, miniature.

Mary Carlisle

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Painter. Born in Grahamstown, South Africa on Nov. 20, 1869. Carlisle was educated in England and studied art in Paris for five years at Académie Julian under Bouguereau, Robert-Fleury, and Benjamin Constant. While studying there, her work won several medals. After the turn of the century, she toured widely in the U.S. and was active in California from about 1911-15. Her oeuvre includes miniatures, landscapes, garden subjects and portraits. The last decade of her life was spent in NYC. A spinster, she died there on March 17, 1925. Exh: Steckel Gallery (LA), 1911; Sketch Club (SF), 1912; NatI Academy of Women Painters & Sculptors, 1914 (prize); Kroedler & Co. (LA), 1915; PPIE, 1915. FId; SCA; DR; WAA; NY Times, 3-18-1925 (obit).

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About  Mary Carlisle

Born:  1869 - Grahamstown, South Africa
Died:   1925 - New York City
Known for:  landscape-garden, miniature

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Mary Carlisle

San Francisco Panama-Pacific Exhibition 1915