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Lived/Active: New Hampshire      Known for: Painting, teaching, design, crafts

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A teacher at Holy Cross School in Manchester, New Hampshire, Sister Mary of Divine Savior, whose birth name was Eva Ledoux, was also a painter, designer, graphic artist and crafts person.  She was a member of the New Hampshire Art Association and part of the Sisters of the Divine Savior, a Roman Catholic order associated with education, health care and advocacy for the poor.

She had studied art at the University of New Hampshire; School of Practical Art, Boston; Montreal School of Beaux Arts in Quebec, Canada; Manchester Institute of Art and Science; and with Philip Hicken, Charles Maillard, Art Schmaltz, John Chandler and John Hatch.

Exhibition venues included the Ogunquit Art Club, Manchester Women's Club, Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences and Manchester Art Festival.

Sources:
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
"Sisters of the Divine Savior", Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sisters_of_the_Divine_Savior


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