Nellie May Manning was taught by Joseph Alma Freestone. He was a native of Salt Lake whose parents had emigrated from England as LDS converts. He studied with John Hafen and Lewis A. Ramsey and Lee Greene Richards; he went on to study watercolor with E.A. Smith at the Kensington School of Art, then under no particular master in Paris, and finally with the muralist Kenyon Cox in New York. Joseph was a teacher of Nellie and many of her paintings resemble his works.
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