The following was compiled by June Jacobs Jordan:
From a newspaper article written in 1941 by Lewis F. Carr, Journal-Herald
Rosalie Lowrey, of Granite Drive beyond Six Mile on the Covington Pike, is a true artist of the first rank. Of course she painted the Fred Rike portrait, recently presented to the city, and the Leopold Rauh portrait, which also adorns the city's walls; and countless others. But she is something more-a personality possessed of that fighting quality so necessary in the make-up of the true artist.
For the last 30 years, she has been building something-steadily, courageously, skillfully; not only a reputation and a technique and a clientele, but also an atmosphere, a gr
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