Elizabeth Webb (1864-1954)

  • Elizabeth Webb (1864-1954)
  • Pair of Landscapes: Summer and Winter
  • Oil on board
  • 9 x 12 inches-each
  • Signed verso

Elizabeth W. Webb was born in 1864 in Skowhegan, Maine to George S. and Vesta (Lord) Webb. Her father owned a local grocery store on Madison Avenue. Webb and her sister Gertrude, 7 years her junior, were raised on Pleasant Street and attended the local schools. Her paternal grandfather, James H.K. Lord was a blacksmith and a devout Baptist known locally as “Deacon Lord.” He raised his family of 10 children on the banks of the Kennebec River in a Greek revival cottage. In 1939, the cottage was restored by Louise H. Coburn, a descendant of Governor Abner Coburn, and became known as the Skowhegan History House. The Skowhegan History House Museum remains open to the public to this day.

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Elizabeth Webb Pair of Landscapes: Summer and Winter
Elizabeth Webb Pair of Landscapes: Summer and Winter