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 Maria Veronica Liszt  (1902 - 1992)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: landscape, marine, figure, portrait paintings

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The following is from Frank Pierce:

Maria Veronica Liszt (Kinder) was a second-generation Gloucester artist who was born on March 10, 1902 in Boston, Massachusetts. Her father was also an artist who had studied with John Singer Sargent. She was a graduate of the Scott Carbee School of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston. She also studied at the Art Student League of New York and studied landscape painting with such notables as Aldro T. Hibbard, Karl Nordstrom, W. Lester Stevens and Emile A. Gruppe.

She was an active member of the Northshore Art Association in Gloucester, the Gloucester Society of Artists, the Academy Art Association and the National Association of Women Painters.

Talented and versatile, as well as prolific, she is best known for her landscapes, marines, figures and portraits. She accepted many commissions for decorative wall murals that were painted in private homes, hotels and public buildings throughout Massachusetts, New York and Florida. Favoring a darker palette, her style combines the best of the traditional Cape Ann School with avant-garde impressionism.

Her works have been exhibited at the Northshore Art Association, the National Academy of Design, the Grand Central Art Galleries in New York City, the New Jersey Art Association and by the Academic Artists of Springfield, Massachusetts. She was awarded the Elizabeth T. Greenshields award by NSAA in 1961. Maria Liszt died in Gloucester in 1992.

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