Alice Preble Tucker De Haas (1859–1920)

  • Alice Preble Tucker de Haas (1859-1920)
  • Dogwood Blossoms
  • Watercolor on paper
  • 14 x 17 inches
  • Signed lower right
  • Original American Watercolor Society Exhibition label verso, with title

A native of Boston, Alice De Haas spent most of her life between East Gloucester, Massachusetts and New York City. She studied under William Merritt Chase (1849-1916), Robert Swain Gifford (1840-1905) and the Dutch-American marine painter Maurits Frederik Hendrik de Haas (1832-1895) who later became her husband.

A member of the New York Watercolor Society and the New York Society of Painters De Haas had an extensive exhibition record. Her works were exhibited at the St. Louis Exposition (1904), the Art Institute of Chicago, the New York Watercolor Society, the New York Society of Miniature Painters, The National Academy of Design, the American Watercolor Society, the Boston Art Club and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Art.

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Alice Preble Tucker de Haas Dogwood Blossoms
Alice Preble Tucker de Haas Dogwood Blossoms