Mary Flournoy Passailaigue (b. 1908-d.1989)
Born in Columbus, Georgia, Mary Flournoy’s early interest in art was encouraged by her mother, a painter. Like Nell Choate Shute, she studied at Hollins College, Roanoke, Virginia; she also studied at the Atlanta School of Art and St. Simon’s Art School. Significant teachers included Wayman Adams, Edward S. Shorter, Walter W. Thompson, Frank S. Herring, William Hendrix, Don Kingman, Eliot O'Hara, Millard Sheets, and Joel Reeves (showing 500 of 2488 characters).