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Emily Nichols Hatch (American, 1871-1959) oil on canvas Impressionist painting depicting a Bell or Clock Tower or Steeple rising above city rooftops at nightfall. Signed lower left. Remnants of an Exhibition label en verso with artist name and "NYC". Molded giltwood frame with linen liner. Sight: 21" H x 18" W. Framed: 28 1/2" H x 25 1/2" W. Provenance: Estate of Carl W. Klein, Brentwood, TN. Biography: Emily Nichols Hatch was a painter, lecturer, teacher and printer. She studied at the Artists and Artisans Institute and the Shinnecock summer School of Art on Long Island with Charles Hawthorne, Walter Shirlaw and William Merritt Chase. She made several trips to Europe and had a studio in Paris. Hatch was President of the National Association of Women Artists from 1921-1925 and provided leadership for its permanent quarters at 17 East 62nd Street. In 1940, she became the Director of the Tarrytown, New York, Art Center. She eventually moved from New York to the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore areas. (Source: The Smithsonian Archives of American Art and Paul Sternberg, Sr., "Art by American Women"). Condition: Tiny flake at upper left corner, 1/8", otherwise excellent condition.