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Born in Listowel, Ontario, 17 January 1904
Franklin Brownell in Ottawa, then studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Montreal. Painted in Alberta, 1927, and among the Indians on the Skeena River, British
Columbia, 1928. Won the Willingdon Arts Competition prize for painting in 1931. Lived in Toronto from 1934 to 1937 when she married and went to live in New
York. Painted the activities of the women's divisions of the armed forces, 1944-1945. Taught at the summer school of the University of New Brunswick, 1940-
1948. Died in New York on February 12, 1949. Painter of genre, figures, and landscape. An influencial member of the Beaver Hall group of painters.
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