A painter of Fauve or brightly colored landscapes, coastal scenes, figures, and portraits, Anne Rice was born in Philadelphia and studied at the Philadelphia Academy. She received a diploma in 1897 from the Pennsylvania Museum & School of Industrial Art (PMSIA, now The University of the Arts College of Art and Design).
She exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Salon d’Automne in Paris, and in London at Baillie Gallery.
Peter Hastings Falk (Editor), Who Was Who in American Art
Additional information courtesy of Sara MacDonald, Public Services Librarian, The University of the Arts, whose sources are PMSIA commencement programs, annual reports.