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 Ruth Green Mould  (1894 - 1979)

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Lived/Active: Vermont/Minnesota      Known for: portrait painting-dignitaries, decorative arts, furniture painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Ruth Green Mould was born in 1894.  She studied with a local artist named Lilian Fish as a child, and later attended the Art Institute of St Paul, Minnesota. She also studied at the Art Students League with Frank DuMond in New York City.

Back in Vermont, she taught art at the Johnson Normal School and for the Montpelier school system.

In 1915, she married a mining engineer and geologist named Willis Mould. During his career, they lived in a number of towns, including Monkton, Williamstown, Barre, Morristown, plus Keysville and Elizabethtown, New York. No matter where they lived, Willis made sure Ruth had a "proper" spot for her easel.

Mould was a talented portraitist, and her oil painting of Edna Beard, the first female member of the Vermont House and Senate, still hangs in the State House. She was one of two artists to represent Vermont at the 1939 World's Fair in New York. Although she never sought the limelight, her work was shown in New York, Boston, and Vermont. She was also an early student of the revival in American decorative arts such as stenciling, and in 1953, published a book on painting on furniture, Refinishing and Decorating Furniture.

Vermont Woman, February 2012: "A Beautiful Legacy of Art by Our Vermont Masters" by Heather K. Michon.

Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art

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