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Frances Fowler (June 1864 – June 5, 1943) was an American painter, notable as a student of Ella Sophonisba Hergesheimer. The daughter of F.C. and Harriett (Reese) Herrick, she studied at Vanderbilt University before marrying Edward Fowler, a Columbia, Tennessee judge in 1895. After his death in 1908, she returned to Bowling Green to study with Hergesheimer. She traveled extensively throughout England and Italy to study art. She died in Bowling Green in 1943.
|Died||June 5, 1943|
|Education||Ella Sophonisba Hergesheimer|
- "Kentucky Women Artists, 1850-1970: Frances (Herrick) Fowler". Retrieved 27 November 2008.
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