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Louise Crow Boyac

American, (1891–1968)
Louise Crow Boyac, born and raised in Seattle, achieved recognition for her Impressionistic landscape and figure paintings. Crow studied with Paul Gustin, Frank Duveneck, Rene Menard, and William M. Chase, winning an award of excellence in the latter's important class in California. Widely recognized for her work during her lifetime, she exhibited both nationally and internationally at the Oakland Art Gallery, Seattle Fine Arts Society, Corcoran Art Gallery, and the Autumn Salon in Paris. She is known for her landscapes of the Southwest, and she was honored as a fellow of the School of American Research for her Ethnographic fieldwork with Southwestern Native Americans.


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Trees 2005.29


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