Hallie Champlin Fenton

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  • Hallie
  • Elizabeth
  • Champlin
  • Hallie Champlin Hyde Hallie Champlin Hyde Fenton Hallie Fenton
  • Champlin Fenton
  • married October 28, 1912: Warden H. Fenton (at her parent’s home on Woodlawn Ave., Chicago) from Massachusetts; architect; received The Cresson Traveling Scholarship, also known as the William Emlen Cresson Memorial Traveling Scholarship, is a two-year scholarship for foreign travel and/or study awarded annually to art students at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1906-1907; in Paris?
  • Edward Breckenridge Hyde (Cambridge, Massachusetts January 22, 1874-July 2, 1906 Chicago, Illinois); married 1904  
  • n/a
  • October 1, 1872
  • St. Louis, Missouri
  • December 19, 1935
  • New York, New York
  • 918 Vernon Ave., Glencoe, Illinois

    4711 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, Illinois (parents’ home)

    1905: 5824 Rosalie St., Chicago, Illinois [as Mrs. Hyde]

    1915: 37 W. 38th St., New York, New York

    5 Ridge Rd., Bronxville, New York

    1922-1932: Sycamore Park, Bronxville, New York

  • Chicago, Illinois

    New York, New York
  • Miniaturist, Painter-Oil
  • Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
    1918-1919: Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
  • 1910: Paris

    1918 in Paris
  • Array
  • February 1-27, 1898: Exhibition of Works by Chicago Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Roses; Chicago River from Rush Street; Grapes

    1898: Trans-Mississippi & International Exposition, Omaha, Nebraska

    November 15-December 18, 1898: Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Garden Roses

    December 21, 1898-January 15, 1899: Fifth Annual Exhibition of The Art Students’ League of Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Peonies; Pink Roses; Sketch; Roses; Pine Apple; Sketch; A Study

    November 6-December 17, 1899: Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Our Favorite Haunt

    March 2-22, 1905: 11th Annual Exhibition of the Art Students’ League, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Yellow Roses; Fruit and Nuts

    October 16-November 29, 1906: Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Portrait

    1915: Thirteenth Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition and the Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of Miniatures, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; A Woman; A Man-miniatures

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

    March 25-April 23, 1922: Annual Exhibition National Academy of Design, New York, New York: The Green Pitcher

    August 25-30, 1930: Exhibitions of Fine Arts and Crafts, Ohio State Fair, Still Life

    February 1-June 3, 2007: Personal Preferences: Paintings from the Jim Craig and Randy Johnson Collection, Mint Museum Randolph, Charlotte, North Carolina: The Floral Gift, oil on canvas

    National Academy of Design, New York, New York

    National Association of Women Artists, Painters, Sculptors

    Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
  • Art Students’ League, Chicago, Illinois

    National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors

    National Academy of Design, New York, New York

    1901-?: Professional Association of Women Artists
  • May 1919: Honorable Mention in Life Class AND Honorable Mention in Portrait Class, Corcoran School of Art
  • professional tennis player

    In 1901, Champlin won the US Women's National Championship in women's doubles with Edith Parker, defeating opponents Marie Wimer and Myrtle McAteer in three straight sets. In 1902, she won the doubles title at the Cincinnati tournament with Maud Banks against Winona Closterman and Carrie Neely, winning in straight sets.
  • Parents:  Henry Clay Champlin (Connecticut 1844-1918) and Susan Isabella Hyde Champlin (Alexandria, Vernon Twp., Missouri December 10/September 14, 1847-December 22, 1924); he was grain dealer.

    Siblings:  Ada Belle (December 25, 1869-December 16, 1950) [see entry in this database]

    Jeanette Gordon Champlin (July 17, 1871-?)

    Annie Clark Champlin (August 29, 1874-?)

    Julia Shelton Champlin (November 14, 1877-?)

    Henry Clay Champlin (September 16, 1879-April 24, 1963 Los Angeles, California); m. Lesley Mary Kirk (Illinois 1/6/1880-?); 3 children