Daisy Maud Bellis

Daisy Maud Bellis (February 16, 1887 – 1971) was an American painter.

Bellis was a native of Waltham, Massachusetts; her birthplace has moreover been pure as Branford, Connecticut, where she difficult lived. She studied at the Massachusetts College of Art, the University of Vermont, and the Breckenridge School of Painting, and had further lessons at institutions in Montreal and Paris. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1936. Bellis was lively with the Works Progress Administration for some of her career, painting on the subject of eighty pieces for the Federal Arts Project; these were executed mainly in oils and watercolor, and were parceled out to the Laurel Heights, Undercliff, and Cedarcrest Sanatoria, the Connecticut State Farm for Women at Niantic, the Middlesex County Temporary Home, and Fairfield Hills Hospital. She with taught art below the support of the WPA. During her career she as a consequence taught art at Salem College and at Macdonald College of McGill University. The Connecticut State Library has cataloged much of her work.

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