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Elizabeth Knowles

Elizabeth Annie McGillivray Knowles was born in Ottawa, Ontario, in 1866. She studied with F. McGillivray Knowles who she married in 1890, and the two traveled Europe.

Knowles was best known for her romantic style landscapes. Her subjects were often rural scenes and chickens.

In 1919 she was elected member of the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, New York. In 1920 she moved to New York City and continued to exhibit in Canada.

She was a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, the Brooklyn Society of Miniature Painters, the Washington Water color Club, the American Water Color Society, and the League of American Pen Women.  

Her work can be found at The National Gallery of Canada, the Agnes Etherington Gallery, Queens University, in Kingston, Ontario, among others.

Her memberships include The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Associate (1908), National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, Brooklyn Society of Miniature Painters, Washington Water color Club, American Water color Society, and the League of American Pen Women.

She died in Riverton, United States, in 1928.  

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