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Alice Denniston Laughlin

Alice Denniston Laughlin was born 1895 in Pittsburgh. She studied at the Art Students League and with Basile Shoukaeff in Paris. She was a member of the Mural Artists Guild, Stained Glass Association of American and the New York State Craftsmen.

As a muralist, engraver and designer, Laughlin exhibited at the Weyher Gallery in 1928 (solo); the Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1929, 1935; Palette Francaise, Paris, 1929; Marie Sterner Gallery, 1932, 1936; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1940; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1940; Denver Art Museum, 1941 and the Joslyn Memorial Museum, 1941, to name a few. Her work is represented by the collections of the French Government, New York Public Library and the Rochester Museum of Art Gallery.

Laughlin's engravings illustrated "Lincoln" by Emile Ludwig, 1930 and "We'll to the Woods No More," by Edouard Dujardin. She died in New York in 1952.

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