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 Anna C. Freeland  (1837 - 1911)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: Landscape, interior, figure, historical

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Anna C. Freeland, best known as a portrait and historical figure painter, created much of her work at a studio in Jackson, New Hampshire. She was also the artist-in-residence at the Grey's Inn in Jackson. For many years she ran the summer Boston Art School, concentrating on the watercolor classes.

Freeland was a founder of the Worcester Art Students Club, of Worcester, Massachusetts, which began in 1880. The club was composed not only of talented amateurs, but also of professional artists such as herself, as well as Joseph Greenwood and Frank Darrah.

During the second and third quarters of the nineteenth century, Worcester was host to several portrait and miniature painters, most of them visitors rather than residents. Among these were Edward D. Marchant, Eliza Goodridge, George Loring Brown, Thomas Edwards, as well as the town's most famous visiting artist, John Singer Sargent.

The Worcester Art Society was formed in 1877, and began to hold lectures and sponsor exhibitions with the Worcester Art Museum, which began its operation in 1898. Unlike the Worcester Art Students Club's artists, the supporters of the Art Society were mostly lay persons with interest in culture.

Source: "American Art Review", April 1997, 'The Sellars Collection' by Jean Wood.



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