(1891 - 1981)
Dorothy Pulis Lathrop was active/lived in Connecticut. Dorothy Lathrop is known for illustrator-prints, animal, figure.
Biography Dorothy Lathrop
Born in Albany, New York, Dorothy Lathrop was an illustrator,
printmaker, and woodblock carver, whose specialty was animal
subjects. She spent hours with animals that
she illustrated, learning to love their distinct characteristics.
She wrote and
illustrated many children's books including The Fairy Circus, The Little White Goat, The Snail Who Ran, and Who Goes There? In 1938, she won a Caldecott Medal for Animals of the Bible. She
also did some impressionist landscapes.
Dorothy Lathrop was the daughter of artist Ida Lathrop
and a sister of sculptor Gertrude Lathrop. She studied at the Art Student's
League in New York, with Arthur Dow at Columbia University, a
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