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Julia de Wolf Gibbs Addison

Author of Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages

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Julia de Wolf Gibbs Addison was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Franklin Gibbs and his wife Ann de Wolf Lovett. She was educated at home in England and returned in 1878 to Boston, where she studied art in private schools. Later she traveled to England and Italy for further training as an artist. In 1889, she married Daniel Addison, a clergyman. She earned a reputation as a craftsman of ornamentation, mosaics, metal work, embroideries, heraldry, and an illustrator of vellum. She also wrote books, plays, songs, and Christmas carols. Her papers were donated to the Houghton Library at Harvard University.
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