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She was also active in Salem Young Women's association and the Salem Fraternity.
 
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
Vertical File in Salem Collection - '''Paine, Ida Upton'''
 
Vertical File in Salem Collection - '''Paine, Ida Upton'''
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Vertical File in Salem Collection - '''Greenlawn Cemetery Tour''' (June 2018)
  
 
"Eminent Salem artist died last evening; Mrs. Ida Upton Paine active in art groups and as an instructor for over 50 years" obituary, ''Salem Evening News'', Jan. 16, 1936
 
"Eminent Salem artist died last evening; Mrs. Ida Upton Paine active in art groups and as an instructor for over 50 years" obituary, ''Salem Evening News'', Jan. 16, 1936

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Ida Upton Paine, (May 22, 1860 - Jan. 15, 1936) was a well-known artist, specifically of china painting, born and raised in Salem. The daughter of Henry O. Upton and Elizabeth (Cate) Upton, she married Frank Paine, also an artist. She lived in Salem most of her life.

One of Ida's first business ideas was offering souvenir witches painted on beach pebbles. She also designed Salem "witch" plates and cups and saucers which were sold at the House of the Seven Gables.

She also taught painting in Salem and Boston.

She was also active in Salem Young Women's association and the Salem Fraternity.

She is buried in Greenlawn Cemetery.

See Also

Vertical File in Salem Collection - Paine, Ida Upton

Vertical File in Salem Collection - Greenlawn Cemetery Tour (June 2018)

"Eminent Salem artist died last evening; Mrs. Ida Upton Paine active in art groups and as an instructor for over 50 years" obituary, Salem Evening News, Jan. 16, 1936