Elizabeth Campbell Fisher Clay
(1871 - 1959)
Elizabeth Campbell Fisher Clay was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York / United Kingdom, England. Elizabeth Clay is known for portrait, street scene and floral painting.
Biography Elizabeth Campbell Fisher Clay
The following biography is excerpted from writing by the artist's daughter,
Monica Clay: Courtesy of Sue Rice, Curator of the Louise and Alan
Born in West Dedham, Massachusetts,
Elizabeth Fisher did portrait and figure work
that has obvious influences of Robert Henri and the Ash Can school of Social Realist painting. She came from ancestors of pure British descent. She
graduated from Smith College and then traveled to England and
extensively in Europe, often accompanied by her mother. She studied at
the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts from about 1899, and then won a scholarship to
the Art Students League in New York where she joined classes of Robert
Henri and studied with Willia
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