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Eurilda Loomis France
1865 - 1931; American; Painter

Eurilda Loomis France

Eurilda Loomis France
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Intro 1865 - 1931; American; Painter
A.K.A. Eurilda Q. Loomis, Eurilda Q. Loomis France
Was Artist Visual artist
From United States of America
Field Arts Creativity
Gender female
Birth 1865, Pittsburgh
Death 1931, New Haven (aged 66 years)
Eurilda Loomis France
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Eurilda Loomis France
Arranging Spring Flowers

Eurilda Q. Loomis France (1865-1931) was an American painter.


France née Loomis was born in 1865 in Pittsburgh. She traveled to Paris, France where she was taught by Jules Joseph Lefebvre and Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant. She also studied at the Académie Julian with Carolus-Duran.

She married fellow artist Jesse Leach France on January 24, 1889.

In 1890 France exhibited her painting at the Paris Salon. She exhibited her work at the Woman's Building at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. She also exhibited her work at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the National Academy of Design.

France was a member of American Federation of Arts, the Society of Independent Artists, and the New Haven Paint and Clay Club .

France died in 1931 in New Haven, Connecticut.

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