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 Emily Howard White  (1862 - 1924)

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Lived/Active: California/Illinois      Known for: landscape and marine painting, miniatures

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Emily Howard White
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in Illinois, Emily White lived in Peoria in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and there had a studio on North Jefferson Street at the corner of Hamilton Boulevard with her sister, Nona White. There they painted for themselves and also gave lessons including china painting, oil and watercolor painting.  In 1907, Emily moved to California with Nona, and died in 1929, eight years before Nona.

Channy Lyons, Women of Peoria, 1620 to 1920

Biography from Crocker Art Museum Store:
Watercolorist, miniaturist. Born in Norris, IL on Feb. 4, 1862.

White studied at the AIC for four years under Jules Guerin and with Charles Woodbury in Maine. She arid her sister, Nona, moved to Los Angeles from Peoria, IL in 1905.

After settling into Wm Wendt's old studio, she worked there for a few years before moving to Laguna Beach. Primarily a watercolorist, her work includes coastals, marines, and landscapes as well as miniatures.

A spinster, White died in Laguna Beach on May 1, 1924. Member: Laguna Beach AA.

Exh: Illinois State Fairs; World's Columbian Expo (Chicago), 1893; Blanchard Gallery (LA), 1906; Royar Gallery (LA), 1915. 11 SCA: LA Times, 6-1-1924 (obit).
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