Elizabeth Waggoner (1874-1966) Moonlit Street (Los Angeles) Pastel on Paper P2855
Oh, this is a dream, this urban nocturne! Los Angeles, downtown, probably during the depression.
Shown in Pg 1165 volume 4 of Emerging from the shadows
survey of women artists working in California By Maurine St Gaudens
Measures 10" x 14", frame is 18" x 22 1/2" x 2".
Born in Iowa in 1874. Elizabeth Waggoner studied at the AIC and later taught there. She moved to Los Angeles in 1908 to establish the new crafts department at the College of Fine Arts at USC. Two years later she was on the faculty at Polytechnic High School in Hollywood. She was active in Los Angeles until 1932. Member: Calif. Art Club.