Alice Brown Chittenden

Information and Paintings

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San Francisco Chronicle, November 7, 1926, p.48,c.5


Alice B. Chittenden is a California painter whose works of the California wild flowers are accepted as authoritative. She is a true native daughter, who has camped and painted in the picture countries of the west. Her last summer trip resulted in a fine canvas, “Hope Valley,” near the Kit Carson pass. She has just finished a panel of “Japanese Peonies.” Her flower studies have been prize winners at Paris salons.


Source: San Francisco Main Library