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 Grace Ansley Treadwell  (1893 - 1989)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/New York/Connecticut      Known for: figurative and urban scene painting, teaching

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Downtown Construction, 1935
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Biography from Kelley Gallery - Pasadena:
Grace Ansley Treadwell was born in Martha's Vineyard on July 13, 1893. She studied at the Academy de la Grand Chaumiere in Paris, the Art Students League of New York, and the Boston Museum School of Fine Art.

Active during the 1930s, 40s, and 50s as a painter, educator and lecturer, she exhibited with the Allied Artists of America, the National Arts Club, and the National Association of Women Artists, and served as President of the NAWA's watercolor jury.

Her works include figurative and urban subjects painted in a style that displays WPA-era modern design influences.

She died in Fairfield, Connecticut, June 4, 1989.
 
Exhibited:
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Brooklyn Museum
Winona State Teachers College, Winona, Minnesota, Dec 8-30, 1954, National Association of Women Artists


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