Leith Eaton was active/lived in Florida. Leith Eaton is known for flowers.
Leith Eaton, American-born impressionist, and the founder of Scintillism, an evolutionary school of Impressionist art, began her art career through the medium of three-dimensional design. Her solo exhibit, at the US Senate Russell Rotunda in Washington, DC, March 8-19, 2004, featured seventeen paintings depicting her interpretation of the natural beauty and grandeur of the American countryside.
Leith has had many museum and solo exhibitions and tours. Her works and commissions are found in the collections of: President George Bush, Frank Sinatra, Paulina duPont Dean, Prince Michel de Yougouslavie, Lilly Pulitzer, Clint Eastwood, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Elizabeth Taylor, Bob Hope, and Congresswoman Mary Bono. The exhibit plans ... Displaying 750 of 867 characters.
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