Anna Warren Ingersoll [1887-1980] American : Tuscan farm, 1939.

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Anna Warren Ingersoll [1887-1980]
American
Tuscan farm, 1939
Oil on canvas
20 x 26 inches
Signed at upper left : ‘INGERSOLL’.

Marking type: Handwritten pencil title and artist name.
Location: Verso.
Text: ‘Tuscan Farm / ANNA WARREN INGERSOLL’.

Anna Warren Ingersoll left to sail to Italy in April 1939 and stayed for two months (April and May) ;

Period original frame.

Anna Warren Ingersoll [1887-1980]
American
Tuscan farm, 1939
Oil on canvas
20 x 26 inches
Signed at upper left : ‘INGERSOLL’.

Marking type: Handwritten pencil title and artist name.
Location: Verso.
Text: ‘Tuscan Farm / ANNA WARREN INGERSOLL’.

Anna Warren Ingersoll left to sail to Italy in April 1939 and stayed for two months (April and May) ;

Period original frame.

 

Anna Warren Ingersoll (1887-1980) biography:

Birth: March 30, 1922 in Whitemarsh, Montgomery, PA ;
Death: March 10, 2013 in Bryn Mawr, Allegheny, PA ;
Sex: Female ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
Zodiac:
Aries ;

Known for: Representational Expressionism ; Deco ;  Early American Modern ;
Medium: Oil ;
Technique: Painting ;
Subjects: Landscape ;

Areas: Whitemarsh, Montgomery, PA ; Philadelphia, PA ; New York, NY (1925) ; Boston, MA ; Paris, France (1911) ; Marseille, France (1911) ; Alexandria, Egypt (1911) ; CT ; Bryn Mawr, Allegheny, PA ; Bar Harbor, ME (1912) ; West Indies (1931) ; Tuscan, Italy (1939) ; Haiti (1941) ; FL (1941) ;
Region: North East ; Mid-Atlantic ;
Lived: 1815 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA (1905) ; “Forrest Hill”, Penllyn, PA, childhood summer home (1912) ;
Father: Charles Jared Ingersoll (1894-1988) ;
Mother:Marion Wister Baird (1900-1939) ;
Relatives: Charles Jared Ingersoll (1923-1944), brother ; Sally Wister Ingersoll (1925-2006), sister ; Gainor Baird Ingersoll (1929-2017), sister ;
Spouse: [unknown] ;
Children: Charles Ingersoll Roberts (1951-1951), son ;

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Member: Century Club, New York, NY or Scranton?, PA? member (1917) ; University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia, PA, supporter (1925) ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, exhibition host (1925) ; Print Club, Philadelphia, PA, host (1933), jury member (1938) ;
Exhibited with: Century Club exhibition, Scranton, PA (March-April, 1917) ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA (1920, 1924, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939), sold The meadows (1930) ; Modern Galleries, 1335 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA (October, 1932) ; Modern art loan collection [the Ingersoll collection] exhibition, Art Museum of Philadelphia, PA, shows her own and family collection of art (November, 1933) ; “Philadelphia on parade” held at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA (May, 1935) ; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA (September – October, 1935) ; Gimbel Galleries of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA (October, 1935 – 1936) ; Boyer Galleries, Philadelphia, PA (February, 1937) ; “74th Exhibition of small oils”, Philadelphia Sketch Club, Philadelphia, PA, shown Caribbean (May, 1938) ;
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Milestones: Was a debutant in Philadelphia, PA ; Was born into Philadelphia, PA high society ;