Genevieve Alameda Cowles
(1871 - 1950)
Genevieve Alameda Cowles was active/lived in New York, Connecticut / Europe. Genevieve Cowles is known for magazine illustration, stained glass design, decorative mural painting.
Biography Genevieve Alameda Cowles
Cowles, Genevieve Alameda (1871-1950)
Artist, illustrator. Born Farmington, Connecticut, February 23, 1871. Daughter of James Lewis and Martha Lancaster (Gwaltney) Cowles. General Education private; studied art in Europe and at Yale Art School, New Haven, Connecticut, and at Cowles Art School, Boston.
Began as instructor with McClure’s Magazine; later much work in stained glass windows and art frescoes for mural decoration, a notable example being the Charge to St. Peter in the Chapel at the Connecticut State Prison.
Leonard, John William (editor) Woman’s Who’s Who of America: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Women of the United States and Can
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