Alice Ware (1902)

“One of the most pleasing features of the exhibition is the work by some fourteen artists of Worcester—R. C. Woodberry, with portrait sketches; Frank J. Darrah and Joseph Greenwood, with “summer” landscapes; Henry E. Kinney and Frederick S. Pratt, with portraits; the Misses Edith Getschel and Grace E. Hackett, with “The Last Snow” and “After the Rain”; Miss Annie B. Shepley, with a portrait of a lady; Dr. Nason, the Misses Munger and Washburn, etc. The “Portrait of Miss Annie L.,” by Miss Alice Ware of Worcester, is an exceptionally good profile of a dark-haired girl. This local work compares favorably with the other exhibits.”

Reference Data:

Brush and Pencil: An Illustrated Magazine of the Arts Today, Vol. 10, by Charles Francis Browne and Frederick William Morton, 1902, page 353

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