biografía de Elizabeth Shippen GREEN (1871-1954)

Lugar de nacimiento: Phila.

Lugar de defunción: Phila.

Direcciones: Phila.

Profesión: Illustrator, painter

Estudios: PAFA, with Eakins, Robert Vonnoh, Anshutz; Drexel Inst., with H. Pyle, 1894-97

Exposiciones: Univ. Pittsburgh, 1902; London, 1901, 1905; Wash. WCC, 1904 (prize); St. Louis Expo, 1904 (medal); PAFA, 1902-03, 1905 (prize), 1906; Phila. WCC, 1907; Venice, Italy, 1909; Paris Salon, 1912; AIC; Pan-Pacific Expo, 1915 (medal); Phila. Art All., 1924 (solo).

Asociaciones: AWCS; Phila. WCC; Phila. Art All.; NYWCC.

Obra: LOC; RISD; Newcomb College Art Gal.; Phila. WCC; Phila. Art All.

Comentarios: Met and befriended Violet Oakley and Jessie Willcox Smith while studying with Pyle. The three artists shared a Chestnut Street studio in Phila. and in 1902 moved to a remodeled country inn which they called the The Red Rose;" they then moved to nearby Chestnut Hill, living and working in the home and carriage house-studio they named "Cogslea." Green married in 1911, subsequently living in Rhode Island, Boston, and New York. She returned to Philadelphia about 1951. Illustrator: numerous children's books, 1902-30s; Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare, 1922. Positions: illustrator for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Harper's Weekly, Harper's (1902-11). Appears also as Elizabeth Shippen Green Eliott.

Fuentes: WW47; Rubinstein, American Women Artists, 161-62; Petteys, Dictionary of Women Artists; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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