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Grace Gemberling

 (1903 - 1997)
Grace Thorpe Gemberling was active/lived in Pennsylvania.  Grace Gemberling is known for still life, figure, portrait, and marine painting.

Grace Gemberling

Grace Thorpe Gemberling Keast was born in Philadelphia in 1903.  She received her training at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under Hugh Breckenridge where she was twice awarded the coveted Cresson Traveling Scholarship.  Keast was also the recipient of the Mary Smith Prize for best painting by a Philadelphia woman artist, and the Fellowship Prize for her still life, Gourds, from the Academy in 1940.

Keast lived in Bala Cynwyd, a suburb in the Main Line section of Philadelphia, where she maintained a studio and taught painting.  She was a painter of landscape, still life and figurative subjects.  Her style was distinct, leaning slightly towards modernist while remaining realistic, evoking a myster  ...  Displaying 750 of 16877 characters.

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About  Grace Gemberling

Born:  1903 - Bala Cynwyd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died:   1997
Known for:  still life, figure, portrait, and marine painting