(1881 - 1931)
Kate Gray was active/lived in Kansas, California, New York. Kate Gray is known for portrait, landscape, miniature.
Biography Kate Gray
Born Jefferson County, Nov.18, 1881; died Kansas City, Jan. 18, 1931. Painter, specialized in miniatures, landscapes. Studied with Weber and at the Art Students League in New York and with Marie LaForge at the Academié Julian in Paris. Lived in New York in 1917 and worked with the Van Dyck Studios. Living in Pasadena, CA. in 1927.
Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)"
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