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 Harriet Thayer Durgin  (1848 - )

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: florals, landscape

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is from Richard E. Durgin of Bothell, Washington, who writes: I am a genealogist researching the surname Durgin. The following information on Harriet Thayer Durgin is available in my database. Please accept it for inclusion in your files.

Source: Unknown Book of 19th Century Women.
DURGIN, Miss Harriet Thayer, artist, born in the town of Wilmington, Mass., in 1848. She is the daughter of Rev. J. M. Durgin. Sprung from families who, leaving their homes for conscience's sake, sought New England's shores, and whose lives were freely given when they were needed in their country's defense; her father was a man of dauntless courage and remarkable intellectual power. He was of the Baptist faith and a man of broad and liberal sentiments. An enthusiast in the anti-slavery movement, he entered the army in the late war and left behind him a brilliant military record.

The mother, a woman of exalted character, fine intellect and lovely disposition, united two good New England names, as she was of the Braintree-Thayer family. One of a family of five children, Miss Durgin's youth was surrounded by those gentle and refining influences which are the lot of those born into the environment of a clergyman's household. She pursued her preparatory studies of life in the most fashionable quarter of town.

Their rooms were soon frequented on reception days by admirers and lovers of art, and commissions have never been wanting to keep their brushes constantly employed. As a flower painter she stands among the foremost of American artists. A panel of tea roses received special notice in the salon of 1886, and a group combining flowers and landscape in 1890 won much notice.




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