Ann Warren Lindenmuth was born in Newton, Massachusetts on September 12, 1929, the daughter of artists Elisabeth Boardman Warren and Tod Lindenmuth. She painted throughout her life, primarily creating watercolors, pen-and-ink drawings, and pictures combining the two media. She also did oil paintings, block prints, and relief carvings. Many of her paintings depict villages or individual buildings, often with whimsical ornamentation. Occasionally her compositions included landscapes, waterfront scenes, and still lives.
Her parents lived and operated a gallery in St. Augustine, Florida during the winters, and she graduated from Ketterlinus High School there in 1947. The family spent summers in Provincetown unt
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