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biography of Gladys MILLIGAN (1892-1973)

Birth place: LaRue, OH

Death place: Tryon, NC

Addresses: Wash., DC, active 1931-67

Profession: Painter, writer, historian, teacher

Studied: Western Col. for Women, Oxford, Ohio; West-Minster Col., New Wilmington, Pa.; PIA Sch., with George Luks and H. Hofmann; Fontainebleau Sch. Art, Paris, France, with Andre Lhote.

Exhibited: NAWA; Denver Art Mus., 1929 (prize); Mus. F.A., Santa Fe, NM, 1930; Salons of Am., 1931; Soc. Wash. A., 1932; George Washington Univ (solo); Wash. A. Cl (solos, 1938, 1947); Studio Gallery, NY (solo); Ntl. Assoc. Wmn. Pntrs & Sclptrs

Member: Soc. Wash. A.; Wash. WCCl.; Wash. A. Cl.

Work: Phillips Coll.; Mus. of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Comments: Painter of portraits. She wrote an article about the Soc. of Wash. Artists, which was published by the Columbia Historical Soc. in 1963. Contributor: School Arts Magazine. Position: instr., painting & hist. a., National Cathedral Sch., Wash., DC, 1931-55.

Sources: WW59; WW47; McMahan, Artists of Washington, D.C.


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