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 Sidney Raynes  (1907 - 1968)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: modernist-leaning landscape, figure, graphics

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Our Garden in Rockport
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Biography from Cape Ann Museum:

Described by fellow artist Erma Wheeler as being “a private, rather shy person relative to her art,” Sidney Raynes would begin her training at New York’s Art Student’s League, where she was instructed by Hans Hoffman, Thomas Benton, and Hugh Henry Breckenridge.  Initially she would work in oil, and by 1936 had become active in lithography as well. 

Injuries sustained from a car accident however forced her in later years to shift her focus to collage and mixed media.  Widely exhibited across America and Europe in her day, and a member of the Rockport and North Shore Art Associations and the American Art Congress, Sidney Raynes would tragically pass on while in Germany in 1968 during an epidemic.


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