Marie Madeleine Seebold Molinary

Marie Madeleine Seebold Molinary (1866-1948) was an American painter known for her still life paintings and landscapes.

Molinary née Seebold was born upon August 13, 1866 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was the daughter of Frederic William Seebold, an art magpie in New Orleans. She was encouraged by her associates in her chemical analysis of art. She studied taking into account George David Coulon and Paul E. Poincy in New Orleans and then later than William Merritt Chase in New York City. She attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

In 1881 Molinary exhibited at the International Cotton Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1885 she was included in the exhibition at the World Cotton Centennial in New Orleans. Her affect was plus exhibited at the Cotton Palace in Waco, Texas in 1889 and the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.

Molinary was a believer of the Artists’ Association of New Orleans, and the Southern States Art League.

In 1915 Molinary married fellow player and mentor Andres Molinary, who died sharply thereafter.

She died on August 19, 1948 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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