MARTHA WALTER (AMERICAN, 1875 - 1976) FAMILY PORTRAIT.
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(1) Boyne, Walter, J.; "Eagles at War"; Crown Publishing, New York; 1991, first edition; retains dustjacket; [393 pgs]; author signed on half-title page: "To Martha, Sarah Anne and John Elliott - My b
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A sensitive family portrait typical of Walter's impressionistic style. A Philadelphia native, she studied at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where she was taught by William Merritt Chase. There she won several awards and a scholarship which she used to travel abroad. She settled in Gloucester, Massachusetts and also maintained a studio in New York where she taught at Chase's New York School of Art. Walter is known for her use of color and her intimate portrayals of small children. Martha Walter's estate was represented in the late 1950's by David David Gallery in Philadelphia. Minor puncture upper right. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. Artist: MARTHA WALTER (AMERICAN, 1875 - 1976). Condition: Very good. Created: Circa 1940. Frame: Reproduction frame. Medium: Oil on canvas. Signature: Signed lower right "MARTHA WALTER". Title: FAMILY PORTRAIT. Work Size: 40" x 32" Condition: Dimensions: Frame: 48 - 1/2" x 40 - 1/2".