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Margaret Brisbine (1901-1970) "An evening entertainment", oil on canvas, 1930s
Price: 4000 EUR
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Margaret Brisbine (1901 South Dacota - 1970 Pelham, New York) was a well-known 20th-century American female artist. She began her studies at the Rice Institute in Houston/Texas, where she gave much promise. In the fall of 1921 she began attending the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, winning a Cresson Scholarship in the spring of 1923, which allowed her to travel to study art in London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Venice, Florence and Rome. She regularly showed her works at various exhibition in the USA. In the 1920s, she married (fourteen years her senior) Italian opera singer, painter and sculptor Enzo Baccante. Sometime after his death (1938), she remarried to Theodore Lunt Preble (1893-1968). When she died, she was buried next to him at the Jedediah Preble Cemetery in Whitefield, Lincoln County, Maine / USA (see our additional image).
Creation Year: 1930s
Measurements:UNFRAMED:91,5x81,5cm/36,0x32,1in FRAMED: 105,5x96,2cm/41,5x37,9in
Object Type:Framed oil painting
Style: The New Objectivity
Technique: oil on canvas
Creator: Margaret Brisbine
Creator Dates: 1901 South Dacota-1970 Pelham, New York
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