Anna Lee Dey Stacey

American, 1865 - 1943

The Wheatfield at Twilight, 1918
Oil on board, in original frame
14 x 16 inches (framed 20 x 22 inches)

Signed and dated Anna Lee Stacey- 1918, lower right; signed and titled on reverse.



“Paintings by Anna Lee Stacey- Seven Special Exhibitions from December 17, 1921 to January 18, 1922”, The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, December 17, 1921 - January 18, 1922, #12.


Anna Lee Dey Stacey was best known as a painter of marine and figure subjects. She lived in Chicago at the famed Tree Studios colony of artists. She was born in Glasgow, Missouri in 1865 and studied at the Kansas City Art Association’s School of Design, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Academie Delecluse in France.

Stacey moved to Pasadena, California toward the end of her life. She exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago and her work can be found in the Union League Club of Chicago.

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