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KNOWLTON, Helen Mary, artist, born in Little-ton, Massachusetts, 16 August, 1832. She was a pupil of William M. Ilunt, and opened a studio in Boston in 1867. She has exhibited charcoal sketches or landscapes and portraits in oil, in Boston, Phila-delI)hia, New York, and London, taught art students in the town and country, and written much on art. Some of her most effective work is in ohm'coal. She has published the" Talks on Art" of William M. Ihtnt, which she prepared from notes that she had taken while under his instruction (Boston, 1879), and "Hints to Pupils in Drawing and Painting," relating chiefly to charcoal-drawing, with illustrations from drawings by William M. Hunt (1879).
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