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Sarah Stilwell Weber was born in America in 1878 and kicked the bucket in 1939. She was an artist and painter during the brilliant time of representation. Her educator, Howard Pyle, was known as the expert of that period. She developed near Pyle and became the closest companions with his sister Katharine, an artist and artist. Later on, Weber delineated for Katherine and Harper’s Bazaar at the cusp of the twentieth century. She likewise introduced Scribners and the Saturday Evening Post. For the most part, her work was of little kids, and craftsmen like Pyle, N.C inspired her. Wyeth, and Elizabeth Green.