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 Pamela Vinton Ravenel  (1883 - 1955)

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Lived/Active: Georgia/New York/Massachusetts      Known for: figure-portrait, genre, miniature

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Pamela Hart Brown Vinton  was born on January 28, 1883 in Brookline, Massachusetts.  She died on October 13, 1955 in Woodstock, New York.  She lived in 1917 in Roland Park in Baltimore.  Her name was listed as Mrs. Vinton-Strunz.  She was a painter, studying at the Maryland Institute and in Paris.  She was associated with the art colony at Woodstock, New York.  She is known to have lived in St. Mary's, Georgia, an area that Woodstock artists are known to have spent winters in the late 1930's and early 1940's.

In 1938 the artist exhibited with the Southern States Art League and listed her residence as St. Mary's, Georgia where the works by her in the collection of the Morris Museum of Art were created.  She exhibited at the Baltimore Water Color Club, the 1933 World's Fair and at the Virginia Museum of Art.
She was married to Hans Strunz on 25 Jun 1905.  Pamela Hart Brown Vinton and Hans Strunz had the following children:  Hans Heinrich Strunz was born in Mar 1907. He died in Nov 1907.

She was married to St. Julien Ravenel (son of St. Julien Ravenel and Frances Moore Clarke) in 1935 or 1936. St. Julien Ravenel was born after 1893. He died about 1940. He was an invalid.

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