Marie Cosindas was born on September 22, 1923, in Boston, Massachusetts and died on May 25, 2017.
She was an American photographer.
Marie was best known for her evocative still life and color portraits.
Cosindas was one of the first photographers to incorporate color photography into her work, which distinguished her from other photographers in the 1960s and 1970s.
A potion of her photographs were portraits and pictures of objects like dolls, flowers, and masks.
During 1962, Ansel Adams recommended Cosindas to Polaroid for their artist trial of their new instant-developing color film.
Cosindas was the fifth woman to have a show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1966.
Marie Cosindas passed away at 93 years old.