(1895 - 1946)
Helen King Kendall was active/lived in Texas, Kansas. Helen Kendall is known for desert landscape, portrait, still life.
Biography Helen Kendall
Raised in Dodge, Kansas, Helen Kendall became a portrait, landscape and still life painter and long-time art educator based in San Angelo, Texas where she moved in the 1920s. The Kendall Art Gallery, a public museum in San Angelo, is named for her.
At age sixteen, she began study with Frank Reaugh and also studied with Will Henry Stevens.
Painting locations included the Davis Mountains and she taught summer classes at the Texas Artists Camp in Christoval and at an art colony in Woodland, Oklahoma.
Affiliations included the Frank Reaugh Art Club in Dallas, the Texas Fine Arts Association, and the Rio Grande Artists Group.
John and Deborah Powers, "Texas Painters, Sculptors and Graphic Artists"
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