E-Museum of Pyrographic Art



to the Exhibit of the

1904 article

"With a Pyrography Outfit"
by Alice Chittenden


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With a Pyrography Outfit
by Alice Chittenden, 1904

Adapted from an article on pp. 168–169
Vol. XIX, Philadelphia, January–December, 1904.

This article, lauding the possibilities of an art form using a pyrography tool, is thought to perhaps be by the well known turn-of-the-century painter Alice Brown Chittenden (1858–1944), especially since she talks about the pyrography technique not so much as one might guide an inexperienced amateur or hobbyist (such as Maud Maude did) but rather noting artistic approaches and considerations from one artist to another.

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"With a Pyrography Outfit".

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Pyrographic Art Exhibit Halls:

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© 2013 Kathleen M. Garvey Menéndez, all rights reserved.
21 February 2013.