Discipline: Visual Art

Anna Winegar

Discipline: Visual Art
Region: Brooklyn, NY
MacDowell Fellowships: 1928
Anna Lillian Winegar (1867-1941) was an American painter and illustrator. From about 1900 until 1935 she was associated with the Artists of Bronxville. She graduated from Wellesley College in 1892, and then studied in Italy and Paris with Frank Edwin Scott, Giuseppe Costelini, Franklin Bothe, Raphael Collin, and Kerson. She studied at the Académie Colarossi and the Art Students League of New York. Winegar was active as an artist in Brooklyn. She was a member of the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors. She became known for her impressionist landscapes and garden scenes.



Anna Winegar worked in the Mansfield studio.

The Helen Coolidge Mansfield Studio was donated by graduates of the Mansfield War Service Classes for Reconstruction Aides. Helen Mansfield helped found the New York MacDowell Club. The small, shingled frame structure with stone foundation was originally fronted on the west side by a neat white picket fence and gate, a garden, and a stone pathway…

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