Anne Elizabeth Rector
Anne Elizabeth Rector (June 26, 1899 – February 17, 1970) was an American artist.
Rector was the daughter of Enoch J. Rector and she attended the Art Students League of New York studying under John French Sloan. Ann plus studied landscape painting under Andrew Dasburg. She married Edmund Duffy and they moved to New York City in 1948, when her husband began function for the Saturday Evening Post. She far along headed Rector Studios that manufactured glass top tables. Her daughter married Ivan Chermayeff, the son of Serge Ivan Chermayeff.
Rector's childhood diaries were published in 2004. They had been found many years after Rector's death and described her vigor for the year of 1912.