Emily Noyes Vanderpoel
As a painter, Vanderpoel used primarily watercolor, but also painted with oils. Her work "Ypres" was displayed at the National Museum in Washington, D.C. Several of her works are in the collection of the Litchfield Historical Society. Her books on art include American Lace and Lace-Makers and Color Problems: A Practical Manual for the Lay Student of Color. She was vice-president of the New York Watercolor ...
Studied art with R. Swain Gifford and William Sartain
- Emily Noyes Vanderpoel Photograph
- Emily Noyes Vanderpoel Scrapbook
- Litchfield Female Academy Collection
- Congregational Church by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel
- Old Pine Tree and Ruined Tavern Just Beyond Bantam by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel
- Litchfield Female Academy - 1896
- Mary Ann Hunt letter to Vanderpoel
- Litchfield Female Academy - May 1897
"Mrs. Emily Vanderpoel Died in New York Mon." The Litchfield Enquirer February 23, 1939, p. 1, 7.
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