ANNA RICHARDS BREWSTER PAINTINGS FOR SALE & BIOGRAPHY
ANNA RICHARDS BREWSTER
Brewster, the daughter of a marine painter William Trost Richards, inherited the peripatetic habits of her father and is known for her views of England, Holland, Germany, Italy, Egypt, and the Middle East.
Brewster's formal art training included studies in Boston and New York under the tutelage of Dennis Bunker, H. Siddons Mowbray, John LaFarge and William Merritt Chase. In her early twenties she studied in Paris with Benjamin Constant and Jean Paul Laurens and traveled to Scotland, Ireland and the Channel Islands with her father. In 1895 she settled in England, where she had a studio in London until she married in 1905. Brewster was a frequent exhibitor at the National Academy of Design, where her work won a Dodge prize in 1889 and was a Member of the National Academy of Women Painters and Sculptors.
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
Harvard University Art Museums
Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN
Lyman Allyn Museum, New London
Museum of the City of New York, NY
New Britain Museum of American Art, CT