Mattie Lietz (Illinois, 1893 - 1956) Watercolor of a winter train station with figures. Signed lower left and lower right. Lietz studied at Butler College in Irvington, Indiana, and at the Art Institute of Chicago with Frederick Grant, George Elmer Browne, and John Thomas Nolf. She was a member of the Chicago Galleries Association, and exhibited in New York at the National Academy of Design. She also exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Hoosier Salon* in Indiana, the All-Illinois Fine Art Association, and the National Academy of Water Colors. Her work is in the collection of the Tipton Indiana Public Library, Cossett School in La Grange, Illinois, and the Norton Art Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida. In April 1941, Mattie had a canvas in the Davenport Municipal Art Gallery. It was a part of a showcase of artists along the Mississippi Exhibition. In 1946 she won the All-Illinois Society of Fine Arts prize for a watercolor figure painting.
Sight Size: 14.5 x 19 in.
Overall Size: 25.75 x 29.75 in.
Framed behind glass.
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