Florence Robinson, [Village Stairs](241 views)
Description: Born in the Boston area in 1874, Florence Robinson was known for her vibrant watercolors depicting people, landscapes, and cities. The artist settled in Paris around 1890 and studied with Pierre Vignal, Henri Harpignies, Dagnan Bouveret, and James Abbott McNeil Whistler. Her works were well received, with critics praising her technique, especially the use of light. During her life, Robinson exhibited extensively in many notable galleries, museums, and art societies including the Boston Art Club, the Pennsylvania Academy, the Paris Salon, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Royal Academy London. Her works are included in many institutional permanent collections such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard, and the Baltimore Museum of Fine Arts.
Dimensions: 15 X 11 in.
Artist or Maker: Robinson, Florence, American (1874-1937)
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