(1867 - 1936)
Laurette (L.L. Francis) Lovell was active/lived in Arizona, California. Laurette Lovell is known for desert landscape and Indian painting, pottery making.
Biography Laurette Lovell
Lorette Lovell arrived in Tucson with her family from California at the age of thirteen. The budding artist responded positively to the vastness of the landscape and the richness of the desert flora, as well as the romantic Spanish missions, Papago women and Apache warriors. However, she was particularly inspired by the ollas, or clay pots, crafted by the Tohono O'odham people, and began to decorate them with intricate scenes of ancient ruins and missions, Native American figures, and detailed desert scenery.
Although her unique works attracted immediate attention in and around the Tucson area--she even taught her technique to local students--National recognition of her efforts didn't come until 1887, when one of her ollas was prese
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