Blanche McVeigh, printmaker and art teacher, was born in 1895 in St. Charles, Missouri, and moved to Fort Worth, Texas, while still a child. After graduating from Washington University in Missouri, she returned to Fort Worth and taught elementary school there for several years, after which she decided to become a professional artist and studied at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts for one summer and at the Art Institute of Chicago for another. She then studied art at Washington University in St. Louis for two years. She subsequently attended the Art Students League in New York City and spent a year in Europe, where she first became interested in the medium of aquatint, a form of etching.


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