Elizabeth Boardman (E.B) Warren, artist and illustrator, was a student of the Massachusetts School of Art and the Vesper George’s School of Art. She was trained as an illustrator and etcher, but her early medium of choice was watercolor. Warren created numerous watercolor views of New England and Florida.
She and her husband, artist Tod Lindenmuth, were active members of the Provincetown Art Association and the Saint Augustine Art Association.
During the late 1930s, Warren began to paint pastel portraits of children. The artist became best known in Saint Augustine, Florida, for her exquisite pastel portraits of young girls. It was a “social must” to commission her for a portrait. These works were greatly treasured and became heirlooms within the families. During her later years, Warren took up ink and brush drawing, etching and book illustration.
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