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 Edith Louisa Horle  (20th century)

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: etching, engraving, painting, teaching, crafts

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A teacher, printmaker, craftsperson and painter, Edith Horle lived primarily in Syracuse, New York where she taught at the Onondaga Valley Academy.  She earned a B.S. degree from Syracuse University and also studied with Hugh Breckenridge.

Memberships included the School Art League of Syracuse; Syracuse Art Association; Syracuse Printmakers ; Syracuse Print Club; Daubers Club; New Orleans Art Association; Prof. Women's League, Syracuse; Southern Print Makers ; Springfield Art League; Hunterdon County Art Association.

Exhibition venues were  Southern Printmakers , 1936-43; Library of Congress, 1943, 1945; National Academy of Design; Philadelphia Print Club, 1934-46; Philadelphia Art Alliance.; Northwest Printmakers , 1933-37; Woodcut Society, 1933, 1936; New Orleans Art Association; Buffalo Pr. Club; Auburn Exhibition, 1945; Albany Pr. Club, 1945, 1957; Finger Lakes Exhibition, Rochester, 1938-46; Syracuse Art Association, 1933-46; Daubers of Syracuse, 1936-58; Syracuse Printmakers , 1938-58 (prize, 1946); Boston Museum of Fine Arts ; Newport, Rhode Island ; Portland, Maine; Onondaga Historical Society, 1956-58; Syracuse Museum Fine Arts, 1956, 1957; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1956, 1957; Boston Museum of Fine Arts , 1957; Springfield Art League, 1956, 1957; Newport, Rhode Island , 1956-58; National Gallery of Art, 1957; Hunterdon County Art Club, 1957; Onondaga Valley Academy, 1956; Munday Library, Syracuse, 1957; Sherburne (New York) Art Society, 1958; Norwich (New York) Gurnsey Library, 1958.  Awards: prizes, Rochester Memorial  Art Gallery, 1945; Syracuse Printmakers , 1946, 1957-58; Finger Lakes Exhibition, 1945; Onondaga County Historical Society, 1947, 1951-52, 1958; Syracuse Museum Fine Arts, 1946, 1955, 1957, 1958; Cayuga Museum Art, 1946.

Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art

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