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 Margaretta S. Favorite Brown  (1818 - 1897)

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Lived/Active: Idaho/California      Known for: mining genre, landscape, mural

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Born in McConnellsville, PA in 1818. “Maggie” Favorite left the East to join a married sister in northern California and in 1857 wed miner Jonas Brown in Yreka. She began painting about that time and used earth pigments which the Indians may have taught her how to mix. In 1864 she and her husband left for the gold fields in Idaho where she remained until her demise on Nov. 2, 1897. In: Idaho Historical Museum; Masonic Temple, Idaho City (mural).
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Artists of the American West (Doris Dawdy).
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Known as Maggie, she settled in Idaho in 1862, and was one of the first women artists in the West. She was not a prolific artist but gained a reputation for her mining scenes and pioneer portraits.

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