|Birth name||Elizabeth Otis Lyman Boott|
|Born||April 13, 1846 |
|Died||March 22, 1888 |
|Training||William Morris Hunt |
|Movement||French Renaissance |
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Otis Lyman Boott (April 13, 1846 – March 22, 1888) was an American artist.
 Personal background
Boott was born on April 13, 1846 in Boston, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of the classical music composer, Francis Boott and Elizabeth (nee Lyman) Boott. Her mother, who died when she was 18 months old, was the eldest daughter of a Boston Brahmin, George Lyman and his first wife, who was the daughter of Harrison Gray Otis.
On March 25, 1886, in Paris, she married artist Frank Duveneck, who had been one of her teachers. Following their wedding, they lived at the Villa Castellani with her father. Their son, Frank Boott Duveneck was born on December 18, 1886. He became an engineer and married Josephine Whitney, the daughter of Henry M. Whitney.
 Professional background
- 1883: American Water Color Society
- 1883: Boston Art Club
- 1883: National Academy of Design
- 1883: Boston Museum of Fine Arts
- 1883: Philadelphia Society of Artists
- 1884: Doll and Richards Gallery – Boston
- 1886: Paris Salon
- "ElizabethBoottDuveneckBio". Maryrangallery.com. Retrieved 2012-01-19.
- "Cincinnati Art Museum: The Cincinnati Wing". Cincinnati.com. Retrieved 2012-01-19.
- Singer, Sandra L. Adventures Abroad, IAP, pp. 167–168, 2009. ISBN 978-1-60752-073-3
- "Frank Duveneck & Elizabeth Boott Duveneck: An American Romance, by Carol M. Osborne". Tfaoi.com. 2000-10-24. Retrieved 2012-01-19.
 Further reading
- Osborne, Carol M. "Lizzie Boott at Bellosguardo", The Italian Presence in American Art, 1860-1920, Irma B. Jaffe, ed. New York: Fordham University Press and Rome: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1992