Lilian Westcott Hale
Born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1880, Lilian Westcott Hale was an American impressionist painter. She painted a variety of subjects, including interiors, landscapes, and still lifes, but she is most known for portraiture, especially of women and children. Hale often worked in charcoal and
graphite. She was associated with the Boston school of American Impressionists and her subject matter reflected upper-class society. Hale was the recipient of several awards throughout her career, and her works were regularly featured in solo exhibitions.