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  1. Matilda Browne (May 8, 1869 – November 3, 1947) was an American Impressionist artist noted for her flower paintings and her farm and cattle scenes. Born in Newark, New Jersey, she was a child prodigy who received early art training from her artist-neighbor, Thomas Moran.

    • Dodge Prize, 1889
    • American
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    Dec 03, 2008 · View Matilda Brown’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.

  3. Matilda Browne (later Van Wyck) Born May 8, 1869, Newark, New Jersey. Died November 3, 1947, Greenwich, Connecticut. In Old Lyme, periodically, c. 1902-1906, 1911-1924. Browne began her artistic career when she was nine years old. Her neighbor was the famous artist Thomas Moran who allowed her to watch him paint as well as experiment with his ...

  4. Lot 478: Matilda Browne (American, 1869-1947). Auction Date: Feb 20, 2016 Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 Description: Matilda Browne (American, 1869-1947), "Harvesting", oil on academy board, signed lower right, "Lasting Impressions: American Women Artists from the Sellars Collection", Fort Wayne Museum of Art, IN, 1999-2000 exhibition label with title and "F.W. Devoe & Co., NY" label en verso, 9 ...

  5. 47 askART artist summary of Matilda Browne. Matilda (Van Wyck) Browne (1869 - 1947) was active/lived in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey. Matilda Browne is known for Farm landscape, floral and animal-genre painting.

  6. Sep 14, 2019 · Matilda Browne (1869-1947) was a successful artist in the early 20th century, but unfortunately, few people know her name or her art today. Matilda Browne, In The Garden, 1915. Private collection.

  7. The Old Lyme Art Colony, the most famous collection of artists in its day, mostly included men. Raucous Bohemians, they did not think much of women artists. Matilda Browne was an exception — the only woman allowed to paint on one of the celebrated panels inside Miss Florence’s Georgian mansion.

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