Marietta Fournier

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  • Marietta
  • Jickling
  • Mary Fournier
  • Fournier
  • Lawrence A Fournier (Walkerton/Bruce, Ontario June 23, 1878-November 19, 1944 Illinois); parents Andrew (1845-1894) and Amelia Clendening (1848-1943) Fournier; 5 siblings: James, Lucy Belle, Harold, Elizabeth, William they married November 12, 1906 in Carman, Manitoba, Canada he was an architect with Emslie and Purcell drafted 1942 buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
  • n/a
  • 1884
  • Canada
  • by 1930
  • 1907: immigrated to Minneapolis, Minnesota from Canada

    1910-1917: 3505 Sheridan Ave., Hennepin, Minnesota

    1917-?: 5417 Dorchester Ave. Chicago, Illinois
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Chicago, Illinois
  • Painter, Printmaker
  • 1913-1915: Minneapolis School of Art, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    School of the Art Institute of Chicago
    Saugatuck Summer School
  • 1915 and 1916: Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    1916 State Fair: 2nd annual exhibition of local artists and craft workers: a wooded path in deep shadows

    1917: St. Paul Institute

    May 15-June 15, 1919: Art Students’ League of Chicago 26th Annual Exhibition, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    January 29-March 3, 1920: Twenty-Fourth Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, The Art institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    April 6-May 5, 1920: Exhibition of Work by Members of the Summer School at Saugatuck, Michigan, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. Illinois: Landscape, Saugatuck
  • John Ruskin Club, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    1917: First Vice President, Alumni Association of the Minneapolis School of Art
  • 1914: Minnesota State Art Society

    1914: Minneapolis School of Art: Concours Prize for 2nd year student in Design; First Prize in Theory of Color Class

    1915: Minneapolis School of Art: Honorable Mention for Third Year Student, wood block prints

    1919:  third prize, Annual Exhibition of the Art Students’ League of Chicago

  • website of Minnesota Historical Society
  • Mrs. Fournier was an ardent socialist and attracted a small coterie of freethinking artists, social workers, and various dissenters into her home once a week for "discussion and argumentation." -- Minnesota Historical Society website

    1910: chairman of woman’s committee in Hennepin, Minnesota

    1911: suffragette