Clara Erskine Clement
She was the daughter of John and Harriet Bethiah (Godfrey) Erskine. Her father was a businessman. She was educated at home by private tutors. In 1852, she married James Hazen Clement, a businessman. They moved to Newton, Massachusetts. After the death of her first husband, in 1882 she married Edwin Forbes Waters, author and owner of the Boston Daily Advertiser. They resided in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Simple Story of the Orient, her first work, printed privately (1869)
- Legendary and Mythological Art (Boston, 1871)
- Painters, Sculptors, Architects, Engravers, and their Works (1874; 9th ed., 1892)
- Artists of the Nineteenth Century and their Works, with Laurence Hutton (1879)
- Eleanor Maitland, a novel (1881)
- Life of Charlotte Cushman (1882)
- History of Egypt
- Hand-Books of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture (3 vols., 1883–86)
- Christian Symbols and Stories of the Saints (1886)
- Stories of Art and Artists (1886)
- Women Artists in Europe and America (1903)
- Women in the Fine Arts (1906)
She also translated a volume of Kenan's lectures and Dosia's Daughter, a novel by Henri Gréville, and edited a translation of Carl von Lützow's Treasures of Italian Art.
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- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Wilson, James Grant; Fiske, John, eds. (1900). "Clement, Clara Erskine". Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography. New York: D. Appleton.
- "Clara Erskine Clement Waters Papers, 1869-1932: Finding Aid". Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division. Retrieved 8 April 2012.