Rachael Robinson Elmer


Rachael Robinson Elmer (1878 – 1919), was an American artist from Vermont, who gained notability as a painter of postcards of New York City, which "changed the world of American postcards". At the end of her studies with Knaufft, her life drawing had greatly improved and she was well versed in the pen and ink technique that she would continue to use during her illustration career.

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