1792, Jun 91862, Nov 10
an American portrait artist in New England in the 19th century. She published poetry, a Christmas hymn, a novel, and an autobiography entitled Roses and Thorns, or Recollections of an Artist. She traveled throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Maine accepting commissions for portraits of individuals or families from 1826 through 1862. Paine was "a woman of stalwart proportions, weighing over 200 pounds, and was a very original character. . ." She was also described as a idealist.
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