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 Gladys Ames Brannigan  (1882 - 1944)

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Lived/Active: District Of Columbia/New Hampshire/Massachusetts      Known for: painting, printmaking, murals

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A painter, printmaker, teacher and muralist, Gladys Brannigan had a wide ranging career in several states, mostly on the east coast and where she exhibited extensively as well as in Arizona. She was staff artist of the Washington Evening Star newspaper in Washington DC, where she lived before 1900.  In 1921, she was in New York City, and in the 1930s was head of the art department of the Hollins Institute in Roanoke, Virginia.  However, she spent much of time between 1920 and 1941 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

She earned a Master's Degree in Art from the Corcoran Institute in 1904, and in New York City attended the Art Students League and the National Academy of Design, where she studied with Henry Snell.

Memberships included Allied Art Association; New York Watercolor Club; Washington Watercolor Club; North Shore Artists Association; Society of Washington Artists; Washington Art Club; and the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors.

Exhibition venues were Washington Watercolor Club, 1910; Washington Art Club.; National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1924; National Academy of Design; Corcoran Gallery of Art of Art; Society of Washington Artists, 1911; Arizona Art Exhibition, 1925 (prize); New Haven Paint & Clay Club, 1928; Greenwich Society of Artists ; Art Center, Ogunquit, Maine.

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

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