Introduction
Mabel Dwight was an American artist whose lithographs showed scenes of ordinary life with humor and compassion. Between the mid-1920s and the early 1940s she achieved both popularity and critical success. In 1936 Prints magazine named her one of the best living printmakers and a critic said she was one of the foremost lithographers in the United States.
Wikidata
Q18150137
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Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Engraver, Lithographer
Name
Mabel Dwight
Ulan
500019538
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