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Edna Hibel was an American painter best known for her Impressionistic landscapes and Mother and Children series, inspired by the work of both Mary Cassatt and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Born in 1917 in Boston, MA, Hibel went on to study painting at the Boston Museum School of Fine Art, graduating in 1939. She founded the Edna Hibel Museum of Fine Art in 1977 in Jupiter, FL on the campus of Florida Atlantic University, which today holds many of Hibel’s works alongside paintings by other artists. She died on December 5, 2014 in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.