(1917 - 2005)
Josephine Crumrine Liddell was active/lived in Alaska. Josephine Liddell is known for dog portrait, landscape.
Josephine Liddell was a regional Alaska painter best known for her pastel portraits of Alaskan sled dogs, although in the 1960s she turned more to the region's landscape for subject matter. She was the daughter of Nina Crumrine (1889-1959), also an Alaska artist.
Josephine Liddell was born April 16, 1917, in Seattle, and as a young girl, in 1923, went north with her mother to live with Nina's uncle, H.V.McGee, in Ketchikan after her parents' divorce. She received her first training in art from her mother, and was later sent to San Francisco for further schooling. Josephine also studied at the Art Center in Los Angeles and the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. She and her mother were great travelers in the following ... Displaying 750 of 1706 characters.