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 Eleanor Ingersoll Maurice  (1901 - 1995)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey/Arizona      Known for: mod still-life, figure, genre and landscape painting

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THREE CHILDREN IN A MEADOW
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following biography was written and submitted July 2009 by the granddaughter of the artist.

Eleanore Maurice lived a very long and full life.  She was an independent woman who worked and lived in New Jersey.  She was an artist who represented many different styles of art in her oils, watercolors, pencil drawings and collages. Her subjects include landscapes, flowers and flower markets, people, animals, seascapes waterfronts, farms and farm workers.  Her inspiration came from traveling throughout the world.

Named for her mother, she was born Eleanore Bond Ingersoll on September 5, 1901 in East Orange, New Jersey.  Her parents were of the 'well to do'.  Her mother was Eleanore Bond Ingersoll, and her father was Charles H. Ingersoll, one of the inventors of the dollar pocket watch and a politician in the early 1900's.

As a child she studied at the Beard School for Girls in New Jersey and later went to the Art Students League in New York City.  In the 1920's, she worked at Hattie Carnegie's as a designer and seamstress.  For 12 years she worked as an independent woman.

In 1934, she married Raymond Maurice and started a family.  After taking up residence in Montclair, NJ, she started her painting career from her home studio. For thirty years she sailed around the world in search of inspiration.  During her travels to Africa, Europe, South America and the Caribbean as well as her homeland, she gave demonstrations while on shipboard.  She met many people and saw many locations that were not known for tourism.  Her artwork represents the many people and places that she loved.

While at home she juried art shows, demonstrations for various groups, and private lessons in her studio.  She accumulated over one-hundred awards and held numerous memberships.

American Watercolor Society (1954-1995)

Art Students League

Audubon Artists

New Jersey Watercolor Society

Associated Artists of New Jersey

National Arts Club

Allied Artists

National Academy of Design

During the years she presented many one woman shows and taught art at the Art Center of the Oranges.  Her work was represented in museums and private collections worldwide. Including the Montclair Art Museum and the Smithsonian Institute.

Her name has been recognized in a number of publications, Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in the East, American Artists of Renown, and Women Artist of America. She also contributed to "One Hundred Watercolor Techniques" by Norman Kent.

In the 1980's her art was featured at the Chime Art Gallery in Summit, New Jersey. In 1984 she was commissioned to design the cover of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundations annual report.

In 1992, before moving to Arizona with her family, the Montclair Art Museum hosted a retrospective of 200 paintings for sale with most of the proceeds benefittng the Montclair Historical Society.

After suffering many strokes in the late 1980's she put her paintbrush down after a very long career.  She died in her home in 1995 at 93 years of age. Her daughter, Gail Hoeck, continued to paint and teach until 2007.
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Born in 1901 in East Orange, New Jersey, Eleanor Maurice became an oil and watercolor painter. Her subjects include landscapes and people of Africa, Europe, and South America as well as her homeland and range from horse racing to sailing, from garden festivals to laborers in the field, from children playing on swings to contemplative aged African women.

Maurice attended Beards School near her hometown and then enrolled at the Arts Students League. She lived in Montclair, New Jersey with her husband Raymond; two of their children are visual artists.

Eleanor Maurice received awards from the National Arts Club, Allied Artists, Audubon Society, National Academy of Design and the American Watercolor Society. She was recognized as an honorary member of the Allied Artists and was commissioned for the art on the covers of the 1984 Geraldine Dodge Foundation annual report..

The artist is referenced in the book, "One Hundred Watercolor Techniques", by Norman Kent.


Submitted February 2005 by Nannette Poillon McCoy. Her source is a gallery brochure of an exhibit of the artist.

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