Harriet Randall Lumis
(1870 - 1953)
Harriet Randall Lumis was active/lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut. Harriet Lumis is known for landscape, coastal view, marine.
Born in Salem, Connecticut, Harriet Lumis used the palette and
technique of French Impressionist artists and was a founding member of
the Academic Artists Association, a group opposed to abstract art.
married architect Fred Lumis and then in 1893, began art studies in
Springfield, Massachusetts. She first painted landscapes with
Connecticut artist Leonard Ochtman from whom she learned the tonalist
style. She also studied with Parker Hayden at the New York Summer
School in Cos Cob, Connecticut, and beginning 1920, with Hugh
Breckenridge at his School of Art in East Gloucester, Massachusetts. In
1921, she joined the National Association of Women Painters and
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