American painter Bertha Fanning Taylor was the wife of a botanist, so they took an extended trip to the West Indies for botanical research purposes after the end of their studies. Later, she traveled with her children through France and Italy. There Fanning Taylor worked as an art editor for the New York Herald. During World War II, she returned to the United States, where she was an art critic, curator, painter, educator, art historian, and illustrator.
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