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Original oil painting on board by listed Oregon artist, Sister Mary Rosina (1888 - 1977), signed on verso features Snoqualmie Falls in Washington state. Art measures 11.5" tall x 7.5" wide mounted in frame measuring 15" tall x 11" wide.

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Sister Mary Rosina was born in Pueblo, Colorado and in 1977 passed away in Portland, Oregon. She specialized in still-life, landscapes, and florals. Sister Mary received her education through Holy Names Academy , St. Mary's Academy, University of Washington; Museum Art School, University of Oregon Extension; and College of Arts and Crafts. She was a member to American Artists Professional League and Oregon Society of American Artists. Her awards include: Oregon State Fair (1927, 1936, 1939, 1941, 1948, 1949, 1952), American Artists Professional League (1937, 1938), Oregon Society of Artists (1940), Multnomah County Fair (1940, 1942).