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About "Alice Mursoch Wiler: The Back Door"
This is my Grandmother's painting. My Father, brothers, and cousin have many of her paintings in our homes. I wish I had some of her talent.Mary Wiler
Hello, Can I send you a photo of a painting to see if you think it is a Nina B Ward? MitchMitch Houston
Nina Belle Ward was my Great Aunt. She studied at the New York School of Art, Chase School, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and the St. Louis School of Fine Art, and for many years taught art in Kalamazoo and was instrumental in founding the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. In 1914 she won the MDana Ward
Hello Dana, As you probably know, there are 3 Nina Belle Ward paintings here at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. You can see them online by going to the following link: http://collection.kiarts.org/view/objects/asimages/search@?t:state:flow=00e2075b-cca4-49dd-aff1-8b7c19fbcd56 We also have high resGreg Waskowsky
About "Charles Sheeler: Vermont Landscape"
The minute I saw this, I knew it was Vermont.VTMama
About "Maurice Molarsky: Linda"
Maurice Molarsky was born in Kiev in the Ukraine on May 25, 1881. In 1892 he emigrated from England, by way of Hamburg, with his parents Hyman and Fanny Molarsky and his brother Abram. The family settled in Philadelphia and in 1889 Maurice began studying painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of FineMona Molarsky