EDITH LAVINA SOWERSBY
(1875 - 1959)
  An American, early 20th century impressionist painter.  Edith Sowersby was born in Michigan on March 4, 1875 of
Canadian parents. Sowersby moved to Los Angeles in 1921 and settled in Huntington Park.  She studied locally with Jack
W. Smith, Nell Walker Warner, and Hanson Puthuff. Never married, she died in Huntington Beach, CA on Dec. 9, 1959.
Her work includes landscapes, florals, and seascapes. Exh: Asssistance League (LA), 1934; Women Painters of the West
(LA), 1935.

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EDITH LAVINA SOWERSBY
(1875 - 1959)

"FLOWER STILL LIFE"
Oil on Canvas
Artwork: 24" x 28"
Framed: 30" x 34"

$850
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