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Charlotte Harding

 (1873 - 1951)
Charlotte Harding was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey.  Charlotte Harding is known for painting, magazine illustration.

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Charlotte Harding


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Brown, Charlotte (Harding)   (1873-1951)

Illustrator.  Born Newark, New Jersey, 1873. 

Daughter of Joseph and Charlotte Elizabeth (Matthews) Harding. 

Educated Philadelphia School of Design for Women*, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts*. 

Married, Philadelphia, 1905, James Adams Brown. 

Silver Medal, London, England, Woman’s Exposition, 1900; silver medal St. Louis Exposition for illustrations.

Illustrations for magazines and books, Century, Harper’s, McClure’s, Collier’s Weekly, Harper’s Bazaar, etc.

Membership Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Plastic Club, Philadelphia;* Philadelphia Water Color Club. 
 

Source:
Leonard, John William (editor) Woman’s Who’s Who of America: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Women of the United States and Canada.  1914-1915.


Submitted by Edward P. Bentley, Art Researcher and Historian, Greenville, Michigan.


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About  Charlotte Harding

Born:  1873 - Newark, New Jersey
Died:   1951
Known for:  painting, magazine illustration

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