(1890 - 1961)
Genevieve Goth Graf was active/lived in Indiana. Genevieve Graf is known for floral still-life painting, teacher.
A longtime teacher in the Indianapolis schools, Genevieve Graf took up
painting when she and her sister, well-known artist Marie Goth, were
spending time at their cabin in Brown County, Indiana. Saying
later that she pursued painting as a hobby in her early 30s, Genevieve
studied with her sister, Carl Graf and Varoldo Joseph Cariani.
With these artists, she spent much time hiking through the foliage of
the Brown County countryside, which was serving as inspiration to many
painters, especially ones pursuing plein-air painting and
Impressionism. Often these treks of Genevieve's and her
companions ended with dinner gatherings at Cariani's place, and she and
Carl Graf, a permanent resident of Brown County, developed ... Displaying 750 of 3696 characters.