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1930 - 2005

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an organization of professional artists
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Women Painters of Washington
extends our sincere thanks to
David Martin of Martin-Zambito Fine Art
for generously providing the text, photos and
other information regarding these artists.

www.martin-zambito.com

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& the artist's estate.
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Anna B. Stone
1869-1950

 


Winter, Madison Street, Seattle, c. 1930, watercolor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lake Union, c. 1930, watercolor


Anna Belle Kidd Stone was one of the Founders of the Women Painters of Washington in 1930.
Born in Dewitt, Iowa, Stone lived most of her adult life in Seattle. She studied at the Boston School of Art, Scripts College in Claremont, Ca and the University of Washington, She also studied privately with Edgar Forkner, Peter Camfferman, Millard Sheets and Ella Shepherd Bush, celebrated miniature painter. Stone was noted for her floral still-life’s in both oil and watercolor.

Still Life, c. 1935, oil

Besides being a Founder of the Women Painters of Washington, she was also a member of the Northwest Watercolor Society and the National League of American Penwomen.

Her exhibition history includes: Seattle Art Museum, Laguna Beach Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Henry Art Gallery, and Women Painters of the West among many other regional venues.

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