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Elizabeth Burton
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Temple Courtyard
In 1897 Elizabeth opened her first studio. By 1901 she had shown in New York and California, and her pieces gained notice by important collectors and socialites; in 1909 she received her first medal at the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition in Seattle. She then opened a studio in the Blanchard Bldg in Los Angeles, and in 1920 furthered her studies in Paris. In 1933 she returned to Los Angeles after a two-year tour and exhibitions in Peking, Shanghai, London, and NYC. A versatile artist and an exponent of Arts and Crafts, she made color woodcuts, watercolors, bookbindings,and tooled leather d├ęcor

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