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Pauline Lennards Palmer

 (1867 - 1938)
Pauline Lennards Palmer was active/lived in Illinois / Norway.  Pauline Palmer is known for landscape, interiors, portrait and genre painting.

Pauline Lennards Palmer

Pauline Palmer (née Lennards in McHenry, Illinois 1867 - Trondheim, Norway 15 August 1938) was one of Chicago's early twentieth-century portrait and landscape painters who became one of the Midwest's most active and energetic exponents of impressionism.  Palmer's father, Nicholas Lennards, a Woodstock, Illinois merchant, encouraged her to pursue art.  Pauline studied at the Art Institute of Chicago between 1893 and 1898, including a one-month session with William Merritt Chase in 1897, and further temporary instruction with Frank Duveneck.  In 1899, her work was compared to that of Chase: "She draws well, her colors are true and values well rendered; all the result of persistent and careful study." (M. M., 1899, p. 217).&n  ...  Displaying 750 of 11434 characters.

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About  Pauline Lennards Palmer

Born:  1867 - McHenry, Illinois
Died:   1938 - Trondheim, Norway
Known for:  landscape, interiors, portrait and genre painting