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Harriette Bowdoin (American, 1880-1947)
The New York painter, illustrator, and crafts teacher Harriette Bowdoin studied with Sir Frank Brangwyn in France and with Henry Snell and Elliott Daingerfield in New York. Her gestural Impressionist renderings of interiors with women reading or arranging flowers were especially popular among New York audiences. A member of the American Watercolor Society, New York Society of Painters, and National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, Bowdoin exhibited in the 1917 Society of Independent Artists.
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