(1896 - 1966)
Lucille Leggett was active/lived in New Mexico, California, Tennessee. Lucille Leggett is known for southwest landscape, adobe structures and Native American painting.
Biography Lucille Leggett
Born in Henry County, Tennessee, Lucille Leggett was a painter of southwest subjects including adobe homes, ghost towns, ranches, Native Americans and desert landscapes. She also did painings in California in Monterey and Carmel, and in the 1960s did a series of historical scenes for the community of El Paso, Texas.
Leggettt moved to New Mexico from Tennesse in 1914 and then after marriage to a railroad engineer, moved to El Paso, Texas. There she studied art at the local college. Later she painted in Capitan, Carrizozo and Ruidoso, New Mexico, and in 1952, moved to Santa Fe where for many years she had a studio home on Canyon Road.
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