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Ellen B. Hirschland (1919–99) was an art history teacher, a collector of nineteenth- and twentieth-century art, and a frequent lecturer on the Cone sisters and on modern art. As the great-niece of the sisters, in 1936 she traveled with Etta Cone to Paris, where she met artists, dealers, and collectors and struck up a friendship with Henri Matisse.

Nancy Hirschland Ramage is the Charles A. Dana Professor of the Humanities and Arts emerita at Ithaca College. She too is an art historian, and has written and lectured widely in her fields of Greek and Roman art and eighteenth-century neoclassicism.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cone, Etta -- Art collections.
Cone, Claribel -- Art collections.
Women art collectors -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Biography.
Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Private collections -- Maryland -- Baltimore.