Best known for her small bronzes, mostly of domestic scenes and for her garden fountains. She was one of Lorado Taft's White Rabbits and one of her well known pieces, Young Mother used fellow White Rabbit Mary Proctor, then wife of sculptor Alexander Phimister Proctor and their first born child as models.
In 1899 she was married to painter Robert Vonnoh. Besides the work she did at the World's Columbian Exposition for Taft on the Horticultural Building she also produced an independent commission for the Illinois State Building. She was to she again at both the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York in 1901 and at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis, Missouri in 1904 where one of the ten works that she showed won a gold medal.
THE BEST MUSEUM IN NEW ENGLAND WHAT IF YOU TOOK SOME OF THE GREATEST ART IN NEW ENGLAND AND PLACED IT ALL IN ONE ROOM?
Aug 07, 1994; It's a 3 1/2-hour drive from Boston to St. Johnsbury, Vermont, where the local athenaeum houses one of Albert Bierstadt's largest...