Mabel May Woodward
(1877 - 1945)
Mabel May Woodward was active/lived in Rhode Island. Mabel Woodward is known for sea-landscape, genre and portrait painting.
Mabel May Woodward, painter, craftswoman, impressionist, was born in Providence, Rhode Island on September 28th, 1877. Woodward first studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, and later she studied at The Art Students' League in New York under Frank Vincent Du Mond, Kenyon Cox, and William Merritt Chase. She also studied under Arthur Wesley Dow and Charles H. Woodbury at the Ogunquit School of Art.
During her career she often cited Frank Du Mond, with whom she painted in Old Lyme, Connecticut, and William Merritt Chase as the major influences on her artistic career.
Chase's influence is particularly noticeable in her work. Woodward like Chase often painted out doors in a Plein-Air Impressionistic manner. Her colorful can ... Displaying 750 of 8595 characters.