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 Dorothy Randolph Byard  (1885 - 1974)

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Lived/Active: Connecticut/Florida      Known for: painting, poetry writing

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Dorothy Randolph Byard was born in Germantown, PA in 1885. She was a member of the Randolph family of Philadelphia who traced American lines back to 1830 and were instrumental in the founding of Princeton University. She studied at the Academie Julien in Paris. She was a member of the Silvermine Group of Artists (1907 – 1920) and later the Silvermine Art Guild (started 1922) She married John Kenneth Byard, lawyer, banker and dealer in American antiques. They reside in the Silvermine part of Norwalk, CT where they owned over one hundred acres, including what are not the Silvermine Tavern, Country Store, Red Mill and Gates Moore home on River Road.

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Salons of American Society of Independent Artists,

WMAA 1922 – 28.

Author: poems in Poetry Review (London), Ladies Home Journal, and collaborated with the well-known designer, John Vassos, on published works.

Member: National Arts Club, Pen and Brush Club of NY.

After her husband died, Dorothy spent some years in Europe. She died in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1974.

Sources:
Obituary – Norwalk Hour Oct. 1974, Who was Who in American Art (pg 531), Dictionary of American Artists – 19th & 20th Century (pg 55).

Source:
Silvermine Nash, Silvermine Art Colony Newsletter, //www.nashct.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=30&Itemid=24

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