Cornelia W. Conant

Cornelia W. Conant (born ca. 1840–1850) was an American painter and writer.

She was on the connection committee of the Brooklyn Arts Club in 1894 and showed works at the Brooklyn Art Association and the National Academy of Design. She was along with a writer who wrote about a study trip to Belgium in a fragment for Harper's Magazine, featuring the learned run by the painter Pierre Édouard Frère.

Her painting The End of the Story was included in the 1905 book Women Painters of the World.

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