|Real Name:||Amy Londoner|
|Birth Day:||April 12, 1875|
|Death Date:||1953 (aged 77–78)|
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As per our current Database, Amy Lyndon died on 1953 (aged 77–78).
Londoner was born in Lexington, Missouri on April 12, 1875. Her parents were Moses and Rebecca Londoner, who moved to Leadville, Colorado, by 1880. In 1899, Amy took responsibility for her father who had come to Los Angeles from Leadville and had mental issues. By 1900, Amy was living with her parents and sister, Blanche, in Denver, Colorado. The family had a male servant. Amy and her mother lived in New York in 1910.
Londoner was one of the artists who exhibited at the 1913 Armory Show which included four of her pastel paintings entitled The Beach Crowd, Playing Ball on the Beach, The Beach Umbrellas, The Life Guards, and The Marina Grande. Between 1912 and 1914, her works were exhibited at the MacDowell Club in New York. Her works were exhibited at the Waldorf Astoria on February 25, 1921, at the Society of Independent Artists. Her works, exhibited at a Society of Independent Artists exhibition, were described as having a "rare specialization through color and a very personal note of humor."
Currently, Amy Lyndon is 147 years, 9 months and 27 days old. Amy Lyndon will celebrate 148th birthday on a Wednesday 12th of April 2023. Below we countdown to Amy Lyndon upcoming birthday.