(1904 - 1995)
Laurence Christie Edwardson was active/lived in Louisiana, Connecticut, Massachusetts. Laurence Edwardson is known for mod figure, landscape, portrait.
Laurence Christie Edwardson was born in Waltham, Massachusetts in 1904 and lived part of his life in Kensington, Connecticut. Much of his painting career was spent in New England and New Orleans, Louisiana. His work includes many Louisiana landscapes, portraits and religious subjects; and one of his modernist works is in the Historic New Orleans Collection.
Edwardson studied at the Hartford Art School; with Gifford Beal, Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts; Edward Dufner, New Britain Art League; A. Jones; and S. Nichols. He was a member of the Connecticut Art Association. He exhibited at the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, 1930 - 1945 (prizes); New Haven Paint & Clay Club, 1941; and New Britain Institute, 1942 - 1946.
Submitted as a bulletin by: Bob Higgins
References: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"
Mallett, Mallett's Index of Artists: International