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 Mary Mullineux  (1875 - 1965)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: blockprinter and painter-floral, figures

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Born in Philadelphia, Mary Mullineux became known for her modernist style block prints as well as floral subjects, figure scenes, and stylized designs. She was also a painter and art educator.

She studied on a fellowship at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Hugh Breckenridge, William Merritt Chase, Cecilia Beaux,and Henry McCarter. In 1926, she traveled with Ethel Penniwill Leach and Bertha Riley to study with Breckenridge at his summer art school on Rocky Neck, Cap Ann, Massachusetts.

She was a member of the Philadelphia Press Club, the Plastic Club, and a founding member of the American Color Print Society. Although based in Germantown, a suburb of Philadelphia, where she taught and kept her studio, she was also active with Howard Pyle and his circle of illustrators in Wilmington, Delaware and was part of the artist colony at Rehoboth Beach. In 1949, she was voted an Honorary Life Member of the Rehoboth League.

"American Art Review," April 2002
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

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