Please review all photos as they are part of this art description. Gene Kloss , painter and printmaker, was born Alice Geneva Glasier in.She studied at the University of California at Berkeley, graduating with honors in art in 1924, and the California School of Fine Arts in. With the encouragement of her professor, Perham Nahl, she began etching in 1927. In 1925 she married Phillips Kloss and shortened her name, adopting the masculine form of her middle name so that her work would be viewed with an unprejudiced eye and entry into exhibitions would not be denied her. That same year, she first visited.
She and Phillips divided their time between Berkeley and Taos, hauling her Sturges press each way until settling permanently in. During the depression, Kloss was a resident of.
And made prints for the PWAP and WPA/FAP in New Mexico. And, as there was no graphic workshop in.New Mexico, she worked in her studio. She maintained memberships in numerous organizations including the Society of American Etchers, Chicago Society of Etchers, California Society of Etchers, Carmel Art Association, Prairie Print Makers, New Mexico Art League and the Philadelphia Watercolor Club. In 1950, Kloss was elected an Associate in the National Academy of Design and to full Academician in 1972. She received numerous honors for her prints, which were included in Fine Prints of the Year and 100 Best Prints of the Year. Repositories of her work include the Carnegie Institute, Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, New York. Public Library, Smithsonian Institute, San Francisco Museum of Art, Dallas Museum, Oakland Museum, and the Museum of New Mexico in Santa Fe. The item "GENE KLOSS South House Taos Pueblo Etching Signed" is in sale since Tuesday, October 2, 2018.
This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "zm200811" and is located in Vista, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Australia, Sweden, Ireland, Netherlands, Austria, New Zealand, Norway, Iceland.