Margaret Taylor Fox

Margaret M. Taylor Fox (1857 – c. 1941) was an American painter, illustrator, and etcher.

Born in Philadelphia, Fox was a student of Peter Moran and Thomas Pollock Anshutz. She taught for a become old in the public schools of New Haven, Connecticut, and in 1905 was serving as treasurer of the Teachers' Art Club of New Haven. She is known best as a LP illustrator, but she exhibited other feign as well, presenting eight etchings at the Union League Club's exhibit "Work of Women Etchers in America" in 1888. Little else is recorded of her career, but she is known to have been in the Washington, D.C. area in 1895; references place her there anew between 1926 and 1941. Seven etchings by Fox, including The Burns Cottage, Washington, D.C. are owned by the National Museum of American History. Twelve etchings, including Near Darby Road, Shark River, N.J., eight impressions of Berry Gatherers and two of Pasture Land, are in the amassing of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; all date to together with 1884 and 1887.

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