(1889 - 1973)
Elizabeth Miller Lobingier was active/lived in Massachusetts, District Of Columbia. Elizabeth Lobingier is known for modernist-leaning landscape, abstract geometric.
Born in Washington D.C. , she studied at the Art Institute of Chicago
with Walter Sargent and Hugh Breckenriadge, at the University of New
Mexico and the University of Chicago. In Gloucester, Massachusetts, she
took classes from A.T. Hibbard and Carl Nordstrom, and she lived in the
Cape Ann area of Boston's North Shore. With Walter Sargent, she
co-authored a book, "How Children Learn to Draw." From 1935 to 1953,
she taught at the Winchester, Massachusetts Studio Guild, and beginning
1952, worked in the Education department of the Boston Museum of Fine
Arts. She also painted in Georgia where her work won prizes. From 1935
to 1946, she exhibited extensively in the Boston area.
Source: Paul Sternberg, "Art by American Women"