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CARPENTER, Ellen M., artist, born in Killingly, Connecticut, 28 November, 1830. She was educated at Milford high school, and studied art with Thomas Edwards, an English artist, and at the Lowell institute in Boston, where she has resided principally since 1858. In 1867, 1873, and 1881 she visited Europe and studied under Lefebre and Fleury in Paris, also sketching in England and on the continent. At present (1886) much of her time is devoted to teaching art in Boston. Among her works are "The Yosemite Valley" ; " Temples of Paestum" (1871); "Venice, Grand Canal" (1874), and numerous portraits.
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