Etcher. Born in Gladstone, IL on April 21, 1872. Gearhart settled in Pasadena in 1888 and studied at the State Normal School (now UCLA). She began teaching in the Los Angeles public schools in 1893. During summers and holidays she studied at the AIC, CSFA, UC Berkeley, and Columbia University. She was also a pupil of Hans Hofmann, Arthur Dow, Walter Shirlaw, Rudolph Schaeffer, and Benjamin C. Brown. From 1900-03 she taught in the public schools of Berkeley and then served in the same capacity in Los Angeles for 36 years. She served as Delegate to the Int'l Art Congress in London (1908), Dresden (1912), Prague (1928), and Paris (1937). Her colored etchings were shown regularly with the California PM Society at the LACMA and with the works ofNearly 20,000 biographies can be found in Artists in California 1786-1940 by Edan Hughes and is available for sale ($150). For a full book description and order information please click here
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