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 Julia E. (Julie) Raymond  (1859 - 1955)

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Lived/Active: California/Florida      Known for: coastal view, landscape, marine-harbor painting

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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Julia Raymond became a painter known for her coastals, landscape, and harbor views. She also painted churches, old houses, and mountain scenes, and spent three years studying with Lorenzo Latimer in Northern California painting the giant redwoods.

She was the daughter of Charles Raymond, who had a fleet of tugboats, and growing up around water, she developed an ongoing fondness for the sea. Raymond studied art in New York at Pratt Institute (1890) and Adelphia College, in Brooklyn (1896-1900), and at Adelphia became especially enthusiastic about watercolors. During her student years, she traveled in England, France, Sweden, and Norway, and after art school, spent a year in Chicago where she did decorative work for Marshall Field. Then she spent a year near Tampa, Florida where she was a teacher and did sketching.

In 1905, she moved to Southern California, living in Pasadena intermittently until 1920. In 1916, she opened a studio along the coastal highway in Laguna Beach where she taught plein-air painting classes and became a charter member of the Laguna Beach Art Association. In 1921, she moved to Laguna Beach. She also made trips to Monterey and Carmel where she studied with William Merritt Chase, and to Hawaii, Mexico (1926), South America (1928), Europe (1929) and New Jersey in 1933 to paint with her friend, Mary Call. She also traveled frequently to Winter Haven, Florida.

She exhibited with the California Art Club, the California Watercolor Society, and at the California State Fair, and her work is in the collection of the Laguna Art Museum.

Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
"An Encyclopedia of Women Artists of the American West" by Phil Kovinick and Marian Yoshiki-Kovinick

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