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Emily Newton Barto

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Nationality  American
Name  Emily Barto

Role  Craftsperson
Died  1968
Emily Newton Barto
Born  1896Patchogue, New York
Known for  Illustrator, writer, painter
Education  Cooper Union, National Academy Museum and School

Emily Newton Barto (1896–1968) was an American children's book illustrator, writer, craftsperson, writer, and designer. She was known for painting murals at Fordham Hospital in New York City, as a Federal Arts Project participant.

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Biography

Emily Barto was born in 1896 in Patchogue, New York (or possibly Greenport). In 1935, as reported in the New York Times, Barto was one of six artists selected by the Municipal Art Commission to paint murals for hospitals.

Her sketchbook is in the collection of the Archives of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution.

Works

  • Animal Tales, mural, Fordham Hospital, New York
  • Barton, Emily Newton (1942). The Piper's Son. New York ; Toronto: Longmans, Green & Co. OCLC 7584656. 
  • Barto, Emily Newton (1940). The Crooked Man. Longmans. OCLC 7584656. 
  • References

    Emily Newton Barto Wikipedia


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