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 Kathryn E Bard Cherry  (1860 - 1931)

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Lived/Active: Missouri/Illinois      Known for: landscape, harbor views, florals

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BIOGRAPHY for Kathryn Cherry
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Birth
1860 (Quincy, Illinois)
 
Death
1931

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Missouri/Illinois


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landscape, harbor views, florals

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in Quincy, Illinois, Kathryn Cherry became one of the most prominent artists in Saint Louis in the early 20th century. She painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lifes in an impressionist style. She began her formal art education at the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts and then studied with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts and Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

Cherry started her career as an artist working with porcelain and painted mostly floral subjects. At the 1904 World's Fair, she won the only gold medal awarded to a woman. Beginning 1908, she showed her work regularly at the Saint Louis Artist's Guild, and she was included in numerous exhibits at the Saint Louis Art Museum.

In 1915, she became the head of the art department at Principia Junior College Academy, and at this point turned from painting on porcelain to florals on canvases. She also painted scenes at Gloucester, Massachusetts where she spent her summers in her Rocky Neck studio.

Her floral studies are said to "possess a rich, tapestry-like blend of colors reminiscent of French Nabis painting."

Source: Ivey-Selkirk auction catalogue, 11/10/2002

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Kathryn E. Cherry first took up china painting in 1899, taking lessons from her friend Adelaide Robineau; she later studied with Marshall Fry.  From her studio in St. Louis she taught china painting and design.

She belonged to the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts and was a page editor and contributor to Keramic Studio.

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Antique Illustrations For Porcelain by International Porcelain Art Teachers, Inc. (1984)


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