(1895 - 1976)
Helen Amanda Loggie was active/lived in Washington. Helen Loggie is known for landscape etchings, painter, drawing.
Biography Helen Loggie
Helen Loggie became nationally known for her etchings of the Northwest
landscape, particularly the highly detailed studies of trees along the
Born and raised in Bellingham, she attended Smith College and the Art
Students League in New York, studying with George Bellows, George Luks
and Mahonri Young.
One of her strongest influences came from her studies with the
prominent etcher, John Taylor Arms whom she met in 1929. It
was Arms who encouraged Loggie to seriously pursue etching, and they
remained lifelong friends and colleagues with Arms proofing many of her
plates throughout her career.
Following the example of Arms and other prominent American graphic
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