Kate Thomson Cory

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Kate Thomson Cory is one of the most influential and important pioneering women painters of the American West.

Born in 1861 in Waukegan, Illinois, she was one of the first resident women artists of Arizona, known for her paintings of Hopi Indians as well as desert landscapes. In 1913 she exhibited her Arizona Desert painting at the New York Armory show which introduced modernism to American Art.

Her work is in the Smithsonian, the University of Arizona in Tucson, and the public museum in Prescott. She died in 1958.

 

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Title

Mexican Scene Painting

Artist

Kate Thomson Cory, American ~ 1861 - 1958

Circa

1940's

Medium

Oil on Canvas Board

Price

SOLD

Size

10.25" x 13.5"

Style

Modernism

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