(1872 - 1968)
Mary Foote was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Mary Foote is known for portrait, Indians and pueblos painting.
Born in Guilford, Connecticut, Mary Foote was raised in Hartford, where her family lived near and were good friends of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) and his wife. She studied at Yale University, and won the Winchester Prize that allowed her to study in Paris. There she shared a studio with the Emmet sisters and socialized with Henry James, John Singer Sargent, and Augustus St. Gaudens.
From 1898 to 1901, she had an affair with sculptor Frederick MacMonnies and then returned to New York where she opened a portrait studio. She along with Cecilia Beaux and her friend Ellen Emmet were considered the leading female portraitists of the day.
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