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 Mary Bradish Titcomb  (1858 - 1927)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/New Hampshire      Known for: genre, marine, landscape and portrait painting

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Mary Bradish Titcomb
from Auction House Records.
Two Girls, Old Lyme c. 1905
Artwork images are copyright of the artist or assignee
Born in Windham, New Hampshire, Mary Titcomb was a professional artist in the Boston area and regularly traveled and painted in the West. She was also a long-time art teacher in the Massachusetts public schools, a career she ended in 1901 when she was age forty-four to become a full-time artist.

She attended public schools and at the age of twenty eight moved to Boston where she lived at the YWCA and studied at Massachusetts Normal Art School and the Boston Museum School with Edmund Tarbe (showing 500 of 3273 characters).



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