(1875 - 1976)
Martha Walter was active/lived in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania / France. Martha Walter is known for portrait, beach-child-park and landscape painting.
Walter was a well-known Philadelphia-born
Impressionist who specialized in light hearted, colorful beach scenes
especially of Gloucester, Coney Island, Atlantic City and the
French Coast. She went to Girls High School,
and from 1895 to 1898, studied at the Pennsylvania Museum & School of Industrial Art, now The University of the Arts College of Art and Design. Her recognitions at the school included the following:
1895/96: Received Certificate A in Industrial Drawing. Received honorable mention for the Henry Perry Leland Prize given by Mrs. John Harrison for work in Pen and Ink; $20 second prize for best set of drawings in the Course of Industrial Drawing.
1896/97: Received John T. Morris Priz ... Displaying 750 of 13943 characters.