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Dorothy D.C. Wyman

Dorothy D.C. Wyman

Dorothy D.C. Wyman, Bar Entrance, N.Y.C, watercolor, 10 x 8, signature LR

D. C. Wyman

Painter Dorothy Churchill Wyman was professionally known as D. C. Wyman (or later D. Wyman Martin). She studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School, Massachusetts and then privately with George Elmer Browne. She accompanied Browne on her first trip to Europe and later studied with him in Provincetown during the summer.

Wyman's first solo exhibition was at Grace Horne's Galleries, the trend setting Boston gallery of its time, where she sold six of the landscapes she had done in Spain and France during her outdoor instruction with Browne. Her work first prompted national recognition at the twenty-second annual exhibition of the Allied Artists of America held in New York in 1935. Wyman continued to exhibit extensively throughout her career at the Boston Society of Independent Artists, the Copley Society and the Provincetown Art Association, among others. Some of her most interesting exhibitions, however, were held in her own studio located at 112 Newbury Street in Boston.

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