Marion Boyd Allen
Marion Boyd Allen (1862–1941) was an American painter, known for her portraits and landscapes. She entered the Boston Museum School in 1896 at the age of 36, where she studied under Frank Weston Benson and Edmund C. Tarbell and received her diploma in 1909. Her painting "Enameling" was included in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915, and her portrait of Anna Vaughn Hyatt won the Newport Art Association's popular prize in 1919. In the 1920s, she traveled to the American West and began painting landscapes, including national landmarks such as the Grand Canyon and Mt. Rainier, at a time when landscape painting was almost exclusively a male-dominated field.
- 1896-97 Annual Report of the Permanent Committee in Charge of the School By Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. School
- 1909 Annual Report of the Permanent Committee in Charge of the School By Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. School
- Heller, Jules (1997). North American Woman Artists of the Twentieth Century. London: Routledge. p. 18. ISBN 0815325843.
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