Ida Nash Gordon painted impressionist landscapes, portraits and still lives and oil was her principle medium. Many of her landscapes reflect scenes from Brown County, Indiana where she was a resident.
She was born in Windfall, Indiana in 1903. She studied at Indiana University and the Paris American Arts Academy. Her teachers included Marie Goth, George Jo Mess, Stanley Turnball, Marilyn Bendell, Homer Davisson, Leonard Richmond in England and Legare in Paris, France. She exhibited at the Brown County Art Gallery where she did a solo exhibition, the Indiana State Fair, Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Gallery of Art in New York, the Sherman Hotel Gallery in Chicago, the Northern Ind
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