Anna Miller Corbell
Anna Miller Corbell (1896–1993) was an in the future 20th century American artist, known for her panoramic landscape paintings of the American Southwest. Corbell was active as a painter for higher than thirty years. Her subject concern largely consisted of the Southwestern desert with mountain views. Describing herself as "not a ahead of its time painter," she worked in a palette of pastel hues to appropriate the colors and lively of the Arizona desert.
Corbell was a founding member of the Arizona Artist's Guild and as a supporter of the Phoenix Artists' Guild. She exhibited paintings at the 1927, 1928, and 1929 Arizona State Fair and in "Arizona Artists Arts and Crafts" for 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, and 1935. She was a prominent figure in Tempe action and a frequent lecturer on landscape painting.
Corbell was as well as Fine Arts Department Chairman of the Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs, supporting art throughout the many adult and junior clubs.