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Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

 (1860 - 1933)
Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop was active/lived in New York.  Frances Throop is known for still life, portrait and figure painting, art patron.

Some Keywords and Quick Facts for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Birth / Death:  1860 New York City - 1933 East Hampton, Long Island, New York

Method for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Easel Painting

Media for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Style for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Subject for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
Floral Landscape, Wildflowers
Floral Still Life, Floral Motifs, Flowers
Portraits, Portraiture
Still Life Objects

Geography/Places Lived and/or Worked for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Paris Studied and/or Worked Before 1900

Art Association for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Brooklyn Art Association
National Association of Women Artists, Painters, Sculptors

School for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Art Students League of New York, Student

Chronology for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Late 19th Century, After Civil War
Late 20th Century After 1950

Exhibition/Expo: Regional/National/International for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889

Exhibition of Art Association for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Brooklyn Art Association-
National Academy of Design, New York
National Association of Women Artists (Painters, Sculptors)

Exhibition of Museum for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Art Institute of Chicago

Exhibition of Art Gallery and/or Salon for Frances Hunt (Ordway) Throop

Paris Salon

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