A Tribute to Kay Sage


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By: Mattatuck Museum Historical Society. Kay Sage was born in Albany, New York the second daughter of a prosperous upper middle class family, Henry Manning Sage and Annie Wheeler Ward. She attended the Foxcroft School, in Virginia, where she became the lifelong friend of Flora Payne Whitney, heiress to the Whitney, Payne and Vanderbilt fortunes, and one of the founders of the Whitney Museum. After WW 2, she and her husband bought an old farmhouse in Woodbury, Connecticut and converted it into an artists’ studio. They would spend the rest of their lives painting there. Published by: Mattatuck Museum Historical Society. Publication date: January 1, 1965