Lydia Field Emmet

Lydia Field Emmet (January 23, 1866 - August 16, 1952) was an American performer best known for her put on an act as a portraitist. She studied with, among others, prominent artists such as William Merritt Chase, Harry Siddons Mowbray, Kenyon Cox and Tony Robert-Fleury. Emmet exhibited widely during her career, and her paintings can now be found hanging in the White House, and many prestigious art galleries, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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