Marie Danforth Page (1869–1940) was an American painter, Known for her popular portraits, specializing in studies of mothers and children.

Marie Danforth was born in Boston and began drawing classes with Helen Knowlton when she was seventeen years old. In 1889, she met the artist Frank Duveneck whose influence cultivated her interest in portrait painting.
A year later Danforth enrolled in the School of Painting at the Museum of Fine Arts, studying for the next five years under renowned Boston School artists Frank Benson and Edmund Tarbell. In 1892, she exhibited her first work at the Boston Art Club and in the same year was awarded a traveling fellowship.

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