Minnie Rankin Wyman (1871-1963)

  • Minnie Rankin Wyman (1871-1963)
  • Giza Necropolis, Egypt, 1911
  • Oil on canvas
  • 7 x 10 inches
  • Signed and dated 1911, lower left

Minnie Rankin Wyman was born in Nova Scotia, Canada in 1871. She spent her formative years in Boston, Massachusetts where she studied at the Boston Normal Art School. Her summers were spent painting the seaside of nearby Gloucester, where she became a member of the Gloucester North Shore Association. While living in Boston, she belonged to the Copley Society and earned a reputation as a portrait painter. Wyman later received specialized training in drawing at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington D.C., before moving her studio to New York City to study under Robert Henri (1865-1929) at the Art Students’ League.

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Minnie Rankin Wyman Giza Necropolis Egypt