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Elizabeth Fisher Washington

Elizabeth Fisher Washington was born in Siegfried's Bridge, Pennsylvania. She is considered a landscape and miniature painter from the American school. Washington received her formal art training at the Pennsylvania Fine Arts Academy under Hugh Henry Breckenridge (1870- 1937) and Fred Wagner (1864-1940).

Fellowship, P.A.F.A

Plastics Club, Phila.

Artist Alliance of America

Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters

North Shore Art Association, Gloucester, Mass


Pan American Exposition 1915 Medal

Mary Smith Prize, P.A.F.A 1917 & 1942

Fellowship Prize, P.A.F.A. 1917


Chicago Art Institute

Pennsylvania Fine Art Academy 1917-1942

Carnegie Institute 1920-22

Corcorain Gallery, Washington D.C

National Academy of Design 1930

Pan American Exposition 1915

Woodmere Art Gallery 1941-1945

Cape May, NJ 1939-1945


Fellowship Collection, P.A.F.A.

Civic Club, Phila, PA.

Pierce Business College, Century Collection

Smith College

Municipal Art Gallery, Trenton, NJ

High School Gallery, Springville, Utah

Boyerstown Gallery, Pa

Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Pa

Allentown Gallery, Pa

Philadelphia Civic Center

Oak Lane Review Collection

Womens Club, Westchester, Pa


Mantle Fieldings, Dictionary of American Painters & Engravers

The Annual Exhibition Records of the P.A.F.A., vol. II, 1876-1913

The Exhibition Records of the Chicago Art Institute

Index of Artists, Mallett

Women Artists in America, 18th Century to The Present

Who Was Who in American Art.

Biography courtesy of Roughton Galleries, www.antiquesandfineart.com/roughton

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