ⓘ J. P. Dabney
Julia Parker was the middle daughter of Mary Anne Marianne Dabney Parker and William Henry Dabney. Her father was the youngest son of American diplomat and wine merchant John Bass Dabney and his wife Roxa. A member one of the first Boston families to settle in the Azores as whaling and wine merchants and American diplomats, Julia was a descendant of Robert and Elizabeth DAubinge, French Huguenots who were early settlers in America in the early eighteenth century.
Julia grew up in Teneriffe, Canary Islands, where her father was U.S. consul between 1862 and 1882. She was educated at home and studied art with several Spanish painters. In 1868 she studied in Boston under William Morris Hunt and Helen M. Knowlton.
In 1873, Dabney moved to Boston where she was a painter and sculptor. Due to ill health she abandoned her art, later turning to literature and poetry. She published several volumes of poetry, two novels both set in the Canary Islands, and two plays. She also published short stories and poems in American periodicals. In 1901 she was listed as an artist and novelist living in Brookline, Massachusetts. She died in 1932.
- Dabney, Julia Parker 1907. Mademoiselle Merowska; a play in three acts. Brookline, Mass.: Priv. Print. Retrieved 2020-06-27.
- Dabney, J. P 1923. The Primal poet. Boston: Vedanta Centre. Retrieved 2020-06-27.
- Dabney, J. P. Julia Parker 1925, Waters of life: a drama in four acts, Torch Press, retrieved 28 June 2020
- Dabney, Julia Parker 1896. Little Daughter of the Sun. Boston: Roberts Bros.
- Dabney, Julia Parker 1898. Songs of Destiny and Others. New York: E.P. Dutton.
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