(1890 or 94 - 1983)
Emily Rutland was active/lived in Texas. Emily Rutland is known for farm animals, landscape painting.
Biography Emily Rutland
Rutland was born in Lee County and reared on farms in Coryell and Nueces counties. She had several short periods of formal training under Cyril Kay-Scott, Xavier Gonzalez, Frederick Taubes, and Donald Pierce. Rutland painted occasionally in Mexico and Colorado but specialized in works depicting Regionalist genre scenes on her farm near Robstown in Nueces County. She moved in the 1970s from her farm to nearby Kingsville. She exhibited in the Edgar B. Davis Competition (1929); the Witte Museum in a one-woman show in 1937, and many more. Her work has been shown at the Meadows Museum in Dallas, the Panhandle-Plains Historial Musum in Canyon, and the Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi.