Louise Zaring [1872-1970] American Impressionist Painting “Blue Vista”, 1921

Louise Zaring [1872-1970] American Impressionist Painting “Blue Vista”, 1921

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Louise Zaring [1872-1970]
American Impressionist Painter
Blue Vista, 1921
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 inches
Signed at lower right.

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Louise Zaring [1872-1970]
American Impressionist Painter
Blue Vista, 1921
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 inches
Signed at lower right.

Exhibited P.A.F.A ,Chester Springs 1921.

Period frame.

BIOGRAPHY
Louise Zaring is an American-born Impressionist artist known for her bright color. Born in Cincinnati, she studied briefly under John Henry Twatchman [1853-1902] and William Forsyth [1854-1905] in Greencastle, IN. Zaring moved to New York and studied at the Art Student’s League and in Paris at the Academie Vitti under Luc-Oliver Merson [1846-1920] and Frederick William MacMonnies [1863-1937]. She also received training from Edmond Francois Aman-Jean [1858/60-1936], Raphael Collin [1850-1916], Julien Dupre [1851-1910] and the Spaniard Eduardo Leon Garrido [1856-1949].

Zaring moved back to the United States and joined the Provincetown Art Association and studied with Charles Hawthorne [1872-1930]. She also studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Summer Program in Chester Springs in the early 1920s.

She co-founded the Miami Art League in Miami, FL, in 1930 and taught there.

She is known to have painted in Provincetown, Gloucester, along the North Shore, Cape Cod, Paris, Florida, and Virgina.

EXHIBITIONS
– Hoosier Salon
– Richmond Art Institute of Indianapolis, Indianapolis,IN
– 1917: Provincetown Art Association
– Indiana Society of Artists
– Washington Art Club

AWARDS
– 1919: Paris at the Academie Vitti
– 1900: Richmond Art Institute of Indianapolis

ORGANIZATIONS
– Paris Women’s Art Association
– Provincetown Art Association
– North Shore Art Association
– Miami Art League
– Washington Art Club

SOURCES
– “American Women Artists” by Stephanie Strass