Betty Waldo Parish

Betty Waldo Parish (1910–1986) was an American printmaker and painter who exhibited later than nonprofit organizations, including the Fine Arts Guild, the Pen and Brush Club, and the National Association of Women Artists, as capably as poster galleries. Best known for her etchings and woodcuts in a modernist representational style, she was in addition to a watercolorist and oil painter and it was an oil painting of hers, "The Lower Lot," that won her the first of quite a few prizes during her career.

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