GRACE RUSSELL RAYMOND
(1876 – 1967)
  Grace Russell Raymond was born in Mount Vernon, OH, May 1, 1876, and died in Winfield, KS, in February of 1967. An
accomplished American watercolor painter, lithographer, and art teacher, Raymond was known for her woodland scenes, city scenes,
and still lifes.  She is also recognized for her harbor and portrait paintings. She studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, in New York
at the School of Applied Design and the Metropolitan Art School, at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, the Pennsylvania
Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and in Paris during the summers of 1923-25.  Raymond studied in Rome during the summers
of 1927-33, as well as Belgium, Mexico, and at the Heatherleys School of Fine Art in London.
  Raymond was a pupil of Henry Snell, George Elmer Browne, Guy Wiggins, Gertrude Massey and others.  She lived in Winfield, KS,
from 1903-07, in Washington, DC 1913-17, and again in Winfield, KS from 1921-33 and 1936-67. Instructor in painting, art history,
and art appreciation at Southwestern College, Winfield 1930-45.


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GRACE RUSSELL RAYMOND
(1876 - 1967)

"AUTUMN CALM"

Artwork: 8" x 10"
Framed: 12" x 14"


$275
960 Main Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
978-345-7000