Anna Lea Merritt, Part 1

by Matthew Innis |

American Anna Lea Merritt was one of the most successful female artists of the late 19th century.  A modern woman with an atypical upbringing, she became quite outspoken in her later years on the state of art education and on the status of women in the arts.

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