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|Marguerite Pearson was born in Philadelphia in 1898. Struck with polio while in her teens, and confined to a wheelchair for the rest of her life, Pearson did not allow her disability to alter her plans of becoming an artist. Pearson studied with Edmund Tarbell, and at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School. She is known for her exquisitely rendered interior scenes, as well as her still lifes and figurative works. Pearson moved to Rockport, Massachusetts in 1941, where she taught and painted until her death in 1978.
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