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 Anna Heald-Hamilton  (1842 - 1911)

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Lived/Active: California/Maine      Known for: still life painting, mission scenes

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Painter.  Born in Maine in 1842.  By the 1890s Hamilton was a resident of San Francisco and active in the local art scene.  She painted scenes of the City, missions, and still lifes of roses and grapes in oil and watercolor.  After the earthquake and fire in 1906, she moved to Los Angeles where she remained until her death on Jan. 11, 1911. 
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Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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Biography from The Artisfun Gallery:

Anna Heald-Hamilton Lived in the San Francisco area during the 1890s. Hamilton painted scenes of the city, missions, and still lifes of fruit and flowers, including, roses and grapes.  Her primary mediums were oils and watercolors. She signed her works 'A. Heald-Hamilton' most likely to hide the fact she was a female. She exhibited at the Mechanics Institute in San Francisco 1897-1899, and was a member of the San Francisco Art Association and exhibited there in 1900.

Her works remarkably resemble those of another San Francisco artist, Sarah Bender De Wolfe, who studied under Virgil Macey Williams, Director of the San Francisco School of Design.  Heald-Hamilton may have studied with him also, and she exhibited in the same venues as De Wolfe. 


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Davenport's Art Reference & Price Guide
Artist In California 1786-1940, Edan Hughes
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Michael R. Perez, Art Collector and Historian


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