Mary DeNeale Morgan (California, 1868-1948) watercolor painting depicting a wooded road at sunset. Signed M De N Morgan lower left. William Karges Fine Art and Morcom's House of Beautiful Things Oakland labels en verso. Brown mat and stained molded frame. 5" x 4". Biography (courtesy Askart): Mary DeNeale Morgan was a Carmel artist known for her plein air painitngs. As a young woman, she studied with William Keith in Oakland. In 1886 she enrolled in the California School of Design and studied with William Merritt Chase and Amedee Joullin. Her style, combining elements of the Barbizon School with tonalism and California impressionism, earned her a Silver Medal at the Panama Pacific International Exhibition in 1915, and Scribner Magazine named her one of the nation's foremost women artists in 1928. She was also a founder of the Carmel Art Association. Provenance: Private Belle Meade (Nashville) Tennessee collection. CONDITION: Excellent condition.
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