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Margaret Fitzhugh Browne

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Margaret Fitzhugh Browne (June 7, 1884 – January 11, 1972) was an American painter of portraits, indoor genre scenes, and still lifes. Family Browne was the second child of Cordelia Brooks Browne and James Maynadier Browne. She had three sisters (Katherine, Brooks, and Emily) and one brother (Causten). Her older sister, Katherine, illustrated children’s verse written by her mother’s second husband, David K. Stevens. Education Browne graduated from the Boston Latin School in 1903. She then studied at the Massachusetts Normal School from 1904 to 1909, where she studied with Joseph DeCamp, landscape artist Richard Andrew, and color theorist Albert H. Munsell. She attended the Boston Museum School in 1909 and 1910, receiving instruction from Edmund Tarbell and Frank Benson. Career Browne’s career spanned all aspects of the art world. She had a studio in the Fens and one in Annisquam, an attractive part of Gloucester, Massa
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