Alice Kent Stoddard

Alice Kent Stoddard (1883–1976) was an American painter of portraits, landscapes, and seascapes. Many of her works, particularly portraits, are in public collections, including University of Pennsylvania's portrait collection, Woodmere Art Museum, and new museums. She lived and painted on Monhegan Island in Maine, an enclave of artists. During World War II, she worked as a fighting artist and drafted designs for airplanes. She married late in activity to Joseph Pearson, who had been a friend and taught at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

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