Amy Freeman Lee Papers, 1909-1997 and undated


Amy Freeman Lee Papers, 1909-1997 and undated

The personal papers of Amy Freeman Lee which document her life and activities as an artist.



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National Watercolor Society (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Art society; Los Angeles, Calif. The California Watercolor Society was founded in Los Angeles in 1920. The organization continued for fifty-five years as the CWS. In 1975 the name was changed to the National Watercolor Society (NWS). In the early years the organization was dominated by members of the California School, the group of West Coast painters whose most prominent representative was Millard Sheets. These artists developed a regionalist style that focused on Calif...

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Artist, author and lecturer. Born 1914. Resident of San Antonio, Texas. Attended St. Mary's Hall, University of Texas, and Incarnate Word College. A noted painter, specializes in water colors and has had paintings in over 400 exhibitions throughout the world. Has also published 3 books and was elected to the Poetry Society of America. Has lectured throughout the United States on fine arts, humanities and animal welfare. Awarded honorary Doctor of Letters from Incarnate Word College in 1965. ...

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