DAISY MARGUERITE HUGHES, “St. Paul, France,” c. 1925

$4,000

Oil on board
16 x 20 inches

SKU: DFA0319 Category: Tag:
Description

Daisy Marguerite Hughes (American 1883-1968) was an impressionist painter, teacher and lithographer. She studied with L. E. G. MacLeod at the Los Angeles School of Art and Design; the Art Students League in NY under George Elmer Browne, Ralph Johonnot, C. P. Townsley, and Rudolph Schaeffer. A lifelong resident of Los Angeles, she exhibited locally and taught art in the public schools.

Member: Los Angeles Art Association; Provincetown Art Association; National Association of Women Painters & Sculptors.

California State Fair, 1891, 1926; California Art Club, 1919-36; Painters & Sculptors of Los Angeles, 1920-37; Art Teachers Association of Southern California, 1922-24; National Academy of Design , 1926, 1929, 1933, 1936; Babcock Gallery (NYC), 1928; Galeries Georges Petit (Paris), 1928 (solo); Paris Salon, 1928; Allied Artists of America (NYC), 1929; Calif. Watercolor Society, 1930-35; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1930; Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1937.