Masterworks by Marguerite Stuber Pearson

Known for her picturesque domestic scenes and still life, this exhibit celebrates the legacy of acclaimed American painter Marguerite Stuber Pearson (American, 1898-1978). As a woman and polio survivor, she refused her talent to be defined by her gender or her paralysis, and through life-long artistic pursuit, her work epitomizes expert craft and artistic commitment. Trained in the Boston School style, Pearson fostered a successful artistic career that spanned over 50 years with resolute determination. This selection features over twenty quintessential pieces of Pearson’s works.

Presented in partnership with the Endicott College Collection—Walter J. Manninen Trust and the Rockport Art Association.