biografía de Eunice Cashion MACLENNAN (1888-1966)

Lugar de nacimiento: St. Louis, MO

Lugar de defunción: Carmel, CA

Direcciones: Santa Barbara, CA; Carmel, CA

Profesión: Painter, lithographer, teacher, graphic artist, writer, critic, lecturer

Estudios: St. Louis Mus. FA, Washington Univ. with Carpenter; PIA Sch.; AIC; Académie Julian, Paris with J.P. Laurens; Acad. Grande Chaumière, Paris; with Prinet in Paris; Sylvester; Johonnot.

Exposiciones: Calif. State Fair, 1930-33 (prize, each yr.); Sacramento, Calif., 1930 (prize)-31 (prize); Illsley Gal., Los Angeles, 1934 (solo) 1937 (solo); NAWA, 1930-41, 1935 (prize); CPLH, 1933; LACMA, 1935-39; Santa Cruz, 1936 (prize); Women's Intl. Exh., Montreal Canada, 1937; Los Angeles PM, 1938; Laguna Beach AA, 1938; PAFA, 1939; GGE, 1939; WFNY 1939; Santa Barbara Mus. A., 1943-44 (solo), 1951, 1954; SFMA, 1941; Carmel AA, 1951, many solos; Carmel A. Gld., 1948 (solo), 1959 (solo); Beardsley AA, 1953 (solo); San Diego FA Gal (prize); Washington Univ. (silver)

Asociaciones: NAWA; Cal. WCS; Santa Barbara AA; Santa Barbara Pr. M.; Carmel AA.

Obra: UC Santa Barbara; Santa Barbara Pub. Lib.; Cal. State Lib.; Monterey Pub. Lib.; Santa Barbara Mus. A., and in priv. colls.

Comentarios: Position: tech., Lockheed Aircraft, 1943-44; hd. a. dept., Smith Acad., St. Louis. Mo., 1909-14; sup., Los A. Pub. Schs., 1914; instr., Santa Barbara State Col., 1919-20. Contributor art reviews to Carmel Pine Cone.

Fuentes: WW59; WW47 cites birth year as 1890. More recently, see Hughes, Artists in California, 352.

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