(1883 - 1979)
Elizabeth Quale O'Neill Verner was active/lived in South Carolina. Elizabeth Verner is known for portrait, floral, genre, etcher.
A leader in establishing Charleston, South Carolina as a dynamic cultural center, Elizabeth Verner depicted the historic city's seemingly endless supply of subject matter including lush landscape, architectural landmarks, and local people. Many of her paintings were pastel on silk.
She was also proficient as an etcher and a part of the Charleston Etcher's Club whose members did etchings of Charleston's historic architecture. Their work, published in national media, brought widespread attention to the charms of the area.
She worked especially hard, printing her own plates and selling prints, and during the spring seasons opened her studio to tourists and housed visitors in her home. She also served as a guide to Charleston and ... Displaying 750 of 15902 characters.