Edna Zyl Modie

Edna Zyl Modie (April 14, 1886 – November 14, 1981) was an American painter and founding aficionado of the Pomona Valley Art Association.

Modie was born to Charles C. and Lillian Janette Modie. Her associates moved from Walnut Creek in 1887 to various places in Southern California, and settling in Los Angeles on the subject of 1891. Modie graduated from Los Angeles High School in 1904, and from Los Angeles School of Art and Design in 1907. She after that taught at the California School of Artistic Whistling in Los Angeles, California. Modie since studied below Agnes Woodward, the founder of the school.

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