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 Margaret Brisbane  (1901 - )

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Lived/Active: Texas/New York/South Dakota      Known for: portrait, landscape-floral, still life painting

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Born in Yankton, South Dakota, Margaret Brisbine became a painter, illustrator and muralist.  Her painting subjects included landscapes, portraits, figures, and still lives, and her illustrations appeared in magazines including Fortune.  Her murals were installed in Christ the King, St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Francis Xavier churches in New York and the Gulf Oil Company Building in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

She moved to Houston, Texas with her family in 1915 and studied art at Rice Institute with John Clark Tilden and James Chillman. She then enrolled for three years at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where her teachers were Henry Breckenridge, Henry Bainbridge McCarter, and Daniel Garber.  She earned two Academy traveling scholarships that allowed her to study in Europe, primarily Paris.

In 1928, she moved to New York City and the next year married artist Enzo Baccante.  For the next two decades she lived both in New York and Texas and in the 1960s was primarily in New York.

Brisbine exhibited widely in Texas and throughout the country including Rockefeller Center in New York.

John and Deborah Powers, Texas Painters, Sculptors, & Graphic Artists

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