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 Marianne Stokes  (1855 - 1927)

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Lived/Active: United States/Austria      Known for: illustration-calendar, portrait, history

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Marianne Stokes
from Auction House Records.
A tearful child
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Marianne Stokes, nee Preindlesberger, met Adrian Stokes in Pont Aven, Brittany in 1883 and married the following year. Born in Austria, Marianne had studied in Munich and Paris. She visited Pont Aven, a poor isolated, rural community, to find, with many of her contemporaries, sources for a 'plein air' social realism, subject matter popularized by Jules Bastien Lepage and Jean Francois Millet.

Marianne and Adrian Stokes visited Cornwall in 1886 at the behest of Stanhope Forbes, founder of the Newlyn School. They remained in Cornwall moving to the artist community in St. Ives where they lived through the 1890's.

By the early years of the twentieth century they were living in Chelsea and in 1921 moved to Grantham Place off Park Lane. Marianne, on her return to London where she had lived in 1883, turned to more varied subject matter; portraiture, religious and historical subjects and children dominated her output.

She was elected A.R.W.S. in 1923.

Her works can be seen in museums in: Liverpool; Nottingham and Pittsburgh.

Roughton Galleries, Dallas, Texas
Courtesy to AskART from Brian Roughton

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