Adeline Gaylor Wykes was active/lived in New York. Adeline Wykes is known for landscape, desert scene painting, art writing.
Biography Adeline Wykes
Adeline Gaylor Wykes (Died 1941)
Adeline Gaylor Wykes lived at 1145 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY for a good part of her life. By 1905, Van Wykes had made a reputation for herself as a writer of the arts with articles titled, "Tooling of Leather--An Art Revival" (Women's HC Magazine) and "The Guild of Book Workers" (1907) in The Scrip Magazine for the Arts.
It is known she attended classes at New York University and eventually taught art at Hunter College and Columbia University.
She was a member of the Eastern Arts Association and exhibited at Salons of America. She married sometime after 1920 to a man by the name of O'Brien.
Her obituary appeared in the Brooklyn EagleDisplaying 750 of 834 characters.