Yale, Charlotte Lilla (1853-1929)
“Memories of Lilla Yale” (about 1895) by Ethel Paxson
I was only nine or ten years old when I first started going to Miss Yale’s studio. I had been drawing constantly, after school, making pencil copies of steel engravings which I found in the Art Journal, and I had always had the use of my father’s paints, brushes, and palette. So he decided I should have some instruction from a good painter, hence the decision to send me to Lilla Yale.
She had studied briefly at the Art Students League in New York, had some training with Rhoda Holmes Nichols, and had been enrolled under Wm. M. Chase in hi
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