Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald
American, 19th century, female.
Born 6 June 1859, in Baltimore; died 1935.
Ellen Wetherald Ahrens studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School, then at the Pennsylvania Fine Arts School and the Drexel Institute. She was notably successful at the exhibitions she entered, winning a $1,000 prize at the Carnegie Institute and a silver medal in Pittsburgh. Her miniatures were among the best on show at the St Louis Exhibition. Her most successful illustrations were for Louisa M. Alcott's ...