Harriet Thayer Durgin

Harriet Thayer Durgin (1843–1912) was a pioneering 19th-century American artiste from the U.S. state of Massachusetts, who specialized in water colors and sketches of landscapes and still-lifes focused on botanical motifs. After studying in Paris, where she conventional special publication in the Salon of 1886, she shared a studio in Copley Square, Boston, with her sister, the muralist, Lyle Durgin. Durgin is remembered as one of the foremost American artists of the floral-painting genre during the late 19th and ahead of time 20th centuries.

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