(1881 - 1962)
Molly Coolidge was active/lived in Massachusetts. Molly Coolidge is known for woodcarver, ceramics, painter.
Biography Molly Coolidge
Born in Paris, France, Molly Coolidge was a woodcarver, furniture maker, photographer, ceramicist, and painter. She had aristocratic Boston blood as her grandfather was Francis Parkman, the first president of the St. Botolph Club, and her father was a trustee of the Museum of Fine Arts. As a teenager, she began photography, portraying the old-fashioned surroundings of the family summer home in New Hampshire.
She was primarily interested in three-dimensional media, working in wood and creating small-scale, carved objects in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement. She studied sculpture at the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston with Bela Pratt and design with Joseph Lindon Smith. She also took academic classes at Radcliffe.
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