Lent, Lillian

Lillian Lent lived and worked in the Woodstock Artist colony in New York. She attended the Tyler School of Fine Art in Philadelphia. In 1959, she was awarded first prize for one of her paintings from the Albany Museum. Among some of the galleries to exhibit her work were the Albright Gallery, the Norlyst Gallery, The Creative Gallery, and the Woodstock Artists Annuals. Her work was distributed through the Collectors of American Art, Inc. in 1959.

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Information courtesy of Collectors of American Art, Inc., 1959

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