(1896 - 1986)
Molly (Burroughs) Luce was active/lived in Rhode Island, New York. Molly Luce is known for landscape-town, figure and genre painting.
Molly Luce was a realist painter of the American Scene and a New England Regionalist. She was called "The American Breughel" by art critic Henry McBride of The New York Sun newspaper. Although she was born in Pittsburgh, raised in New Jersey, trained in Massachusetts and New York, and resided in New England, she came from a family whose roots were in northeast Ohio. In 1922 and 1923, Luce traveled in Europe. She lived in Minneapolis in 1925; Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1926; Belmont, Massachusetts in 1929; and finally Little Compton, Rhode Island.
Luce had her first exhibition in 1924 at the Whitney Studio Club in New York City. Among many other exhibitions, Luce showed regularly until 1950 at the Whitney Museum of American Ar ... Displaying 750 of 7751 characters.