Amelia Rumsey Patterson
(1868 - 1947)
Amelia Rumsey Patterson was active/lived in New Jersey. Amelia Patterson is known for figure, still life, and church paintings.
Biography Amelia Rumsey Patterson
Amelia Rumsey Patterson was born in Salem, New Jersey in 1868, the daughter of a local doctor, Theophilus Patterson, and his wife Caroline Rowe Patterson.
Professionally the Superintendent of Schools in Salem, she was also a talented amateur painter.
It is believed that Patterson exhibited at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Salem County (NJ) Historical Society owns her paintings Rebecca at the Well, Jessica's Daughter, and a painting of Old St. John's Church, Salem.
Patterson died in 1947.
"Palettes of the Past: Salem County Art and Artists". An exhibit of Paintings by the Salem County Historical Society" (Salem, NJ: unpublished exhibition catalogu
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