Bertha Elizabeth Stringer Lee
Bertha Elizabeth Stringer Lee (1869-1937) was an American painter, known for her California landscapes painted within the California Impressionist style.
Bertha Elizabeth Lee (née Stringer) was born upon December 6, 1869 in San Francisco. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley and went on to laboratory analysis painting bearing in mind Amédée Joullin, William Keith, Arthur Frank Mathews, and Raymond Yelland.[where?]
She married Eugene Lee in 1894. The couple lived in San Francisco and Lee primarily painted California scenes.
She exhibited her comport yourself at the Woman's Building at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. She then exhibited at the California State Fair, the Alaska–Yukon–Pacific Exposition, and the Mark Hopkins Institute. In 1922 she had a one-woman feint at Richelieu Gallery in San Francisco.
Lee died on March 19, 1937 in Palo Alto, California.