Artist: Ann Day 1 artifacts total
Ann Day (1927 - )
Ann Day is a poet and watercolorist. She is an art historian and was formerly Curator of Education at the Museum of Art at the University of Utah. Ms. Day has given lectures on art history in New York, New Jersey, Utah and Iowa, as well as for art tours in France. Ann Day was born in 1927 in Malta, where her father was an officer in the British Royal Navy. She spent her summers and the first years of the war at La Haule Manor on the Channel Island of Jersey, the home that was the seat of her grandfather, R. R. Marett, Professor of Anthropology and Rector of Exeter College, Oxford. She came to America in 1940 with some four hundred other refugee children on a ship chartered by an American great uncle. Ms. Day received her B.A. from Mt. Holyoke College.
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