Amy Jones (artist)

Amy Jones (1899–1992) was an American artiste and muralist in the at the forefront 20th century. She was one of the founding members of the Saranac Lake Art League. Though most known for her watercolors, like Sandy Acre which is in the surviving collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Jones in addition to did illustration pretense for magazines and books. She won national competitions to total post office murals for the make known offices in Winsted, Connecticut; Painted Post, New York and Scotia, New York. Several major U.S. corporations support over twenty of her works.

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