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Anna Mary Richards Brewster (1870 – 1952)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on June 12, 2014


Mentome, France

Mentome, France

French Abbey

French Abbey

Ile de la Cité, Paris

Ile de la Cité, Paris

Bookstalls On The Seine

Bookstalls On The Seine

In The Luxembourg Gardens, Paris, France

In The Luxembourg Gardens, Paris, France

The Tuileries, Paris

The Tuileries, Paris

A Cup Of Tea In Holland

A Cup Of Tea In Holland

Dutch Village Scene

Dutch Village Scene

The Olympieum

The Olympieum

Bridge Of San Martin, Toledo, Spain

Bridge Of San Martin, Toledo, Spain

Toledo, Spain: Afternoon Sun

Toledo, Spain: Afternoon Sun

The Fountain In The Patio De Los Narnavos, Cordoba, Spain

The Fountain In The Patio De Los Narnavos, Cordoba, Spain

Moulin Huet, Guernsey

Moulin Huet, Guernsey

Gossip In Guernsey

Gossip In Guernsey

Chalk Cliffs, Isle Of Wight

Chalk Cliffs, Isle Of Wight

Clovelly

Clovelly

Clovelly Village, England

Clovelly Village, England

Clovelly, House And Headland

Clovelly, House And Headland

An English Farm

An English Farm

A Lone Cottage In Cornwall

A Lone Cottage In Cornwall

Minehead, Somerset, England

Minehead, Somerset, England

Horse Guards From St. James Park, London

Horse Guards From St. James Park, London

Queen Ann's Gate, St. James's Park

Queen Ann’s Gate, St. James’s Park

Springtime, Thames Park, London

Springtime, Thames Park, London

The Thames At Westminster

The Thames At Westminster

The Big Ben Of Westminster

The Big Ben Of Westminster

Trafalgar Square, London

Trafalgar Square, London

Trafalgar Square, London

Trafalgar Square, London

The Window From My Studio (Cheyne Gardens, London)

The Window From My Studio (Cheyne Gardens, London)

Devout Reading, Clovelly

Devout Reading, Clovelly

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One Response to “Anna Mary Richards Brewster (1870 – 1952)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    This woman painter seems to have visited many beautiful places in Europe. I will find a serene atmosphere in her paintings, both in towns and in the countryside. I especially like “Chalk, Isle Of Wight,” which is a breathtaking view on the sea.

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