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Margery Ryerson

Margery Ryerson was born in Morristown, New Jersey in 1886. She was a descendant of one of the first Dutch families to settle in the United States and her ancestral home in New Jersey, Ringwood Manor, is now a state park. After finishing school at Vassar College she studied art with Charles Hawthorne and Robert Henri. Ryerson is well known as a painter and printmaker and has received awards and recognition for her portraits of children at play, in musical performances, and tender moments. Her images have been used by UNICEF in greeting cards. She is also the editor of Art Spirit, about the philosophy of art and Hawthorne on Painting, and has written about art for various periodicals and art journals. Many of her prints are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, the Brooklyn Museum and others. Margery Ryerson was 102 years old when she died in 1988.



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Margery Ryerson

American (1886-1989)
Grand March of Lions
9-7/8 x 7-3/4 in.

Drypoint, c.1940, edition about 250. Signed in pencil.


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