Elizabeth Taylor (painter)

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Elizabeth Taylor (January 8, 1856 - March, 1932) was an American artist, journalist, botanist and traveller. Her travel essays from Alaska, Canada, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Norway were published in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, Atlantic Monthly, Forest and Stream and others. Some of her essays are published in The Far Islands and Other Cold Places (ISBN 1-880654-11-3).

During World War I she was marooned at Eiði in the Faroe Islands, where she was a probable influence on Faroese painting pioneer Niels Kruse. She died at her cottage Wake Robin in Vermont, in 1932.

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  • Joensen, Jóan Pauli (2009). Pilot whaling in the Faroe Islands : history, ethnography, symbol. Tórshavn: Fróðskapur/Faroe University Press. pp. 42–43,47. ISBN 9789991865256. 
  • Sjoholm, Barbara (2004). The pirate queen : in search of Grace O'Malley and other legendary women of the sea. Emeryville, CA: Seal Press. pp. 158–171. ISBN 978-1580051095. 
  • Watson, Catherine (15 May 2009). "Viking villages of Northern Europe: Islands in time". StarTribune. Retrieved 21 May 2014. 

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