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Providence Art Club

Fleur-de-Lys Studios, also known as Fleur-de-Lis Studios or Sydney Burleigh Studio, is home to the Providence Art Club

The Providence Art Club is an art club founded in 1880, and located on Thomas Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The club has studios, galleries and a clubhouse in a "picturesque procession of historic houses," which are across the street from the First Baptist Church in America.[1] One of those buildings is the Fleur-de-lys Studios.


The Providence Art Club was founded by Providence artists

  1. ^ "About Us". Providence Art Club. 
  2. ^ "Inductee Details: George William Whitaker". Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame. Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame. Retrieved 17 April 2015. 
  3. ^ "Lincoln, James Sullivan, 1811-1888". Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame. Retrieved 3 May 2015. 


The first president of the Art Club was the locally prominent portrait artist James Sullivan Lincoln.[3]


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