Skip to Top NavigationSkip to Utility NavigationSkip to Search
Mobile Menu
Pages Within About Libraries

Monson Notes

Edith Dale Monson was born in New Haven in 1875 and educated at Smith College. She moved to New York to work as a free-lance illustrator and eventually entered the Art Students League, where she became a devoted pupil of Robert Henri. Upon her return to Connecticut, Monson settled in Hartford and established a studio on Asylum Street. She devoted the rest of her life to painting and teaching in the Hartford area. She was a founding member of Women Artists of Connecticut, and exhibited at the New Britain Museum of American Art and the Town and County Club in Hartford.

A selection of paintings have been have been used in the design of two series of notecards; the originals are held by the Holcombe family. Proceeds from the notecards benefit the Paul R. and Grace Parks Mitchell Endowment for Women's Studies. Read more about Edith Dale Monson.

Series I Series II

Fill out and email an order form. We will contact you to make pick up and financial arrangements. Shipping available at an additional cost.