Lee Lufkin KAULA ✿

Lee Lufkin Kaula (23 December 1865 – 1 August 1957) was an American artist born in Erie, Pennsylvania. A painter of genre scenes, portraits, and landscapes throughout her career, she first trained in New York with Charles Melville Dewey, the American tonalist painter who had studied in Paris and worked with Carolus-Duran on a ceiling painting at the Louvre.
In 1894, Lee traveled to Paris with her artist friend Claire Shuttleworth, who would later enjoy an international reputation for her landscapes, portraits, and miniatures. She was a member of the Copley Society, the Guild of Boston Artists, the Boston Society of Watercolor Painters, and the National Society of Women Artists.

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