(1871 - 1949)
Florence Lundborg was active/lived in California. Florence Lundborg is known for landscape painting, prints-poster, mural.
Florence Lundborg was a member of the San Francisco group known as "Les Jeunes", who published a magazine, The Lark, in the 1890s; she designed some of the covers. In 1909 she traveled through Europe with fellow artist Belle McMurtry.
Her murals were in the Tea Room of the California Building at the Panama Pacific International
Exposition and she also received a bronze medal for oil painting in the exposition.
From 1915 to 1917 Lundborg and McMurtry shared a studio in the Studio Building on Post Street, San Francisco. They moved together to New York in June 1917. In 1918 Lundborg participated with other New York artists in providing French landscape paintings to be u ... Displaying 750 of 2158 characters.