Candace Whittemore Lovely (born March 15, 1953) is an American Impressionist, Boston School painter and Copley Master known for her pleasing views of contemporary American life, including landscapes of treasured locales and people at play in idyllic locations. She lives and works in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Her works have garnered some attention from notable Americans, including Former First Lady Barbara Bush for whom Lovely painted her official White House portrait in 1990. Multiple critics have called Lovely "The Grand Dame of Boston Painters"
Candace is an inaugural South Carolina member of The National American Women Artists (NAWA).
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