(1872 - 1953)
Sallie George Fullilove Doke was active/lived in Texas, Louisiana. Sallie Doke is known for landscape.
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Sallie George Fullilove Doke was a recognized painter residing in Corsicana, Alma, Lometa, and Lampasas, Texas.
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Doke was born in Keachie, Louisiana in 1872. She received her fine art training at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. She lived in Corsicana, Texas from 1915-1916; in Alma, Texas in 1917; in Rice, Texas in 1918; and in both Lometa and Lampasas Texas in the 1920's.
Doke served on the art committee of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs (1915-17) and moved to Shreveport, Louisiana in 1926.
Doke died in Pineville, Louisiana in 1953.
She was a member of the Society of Independent Artists, and exhibited at the Annual Texas Cotton Palace Exposition, Waco, Texas; Annual Texas Artists Exhibition, Fort Worth, Texas; Annual Texas Artists Exhibition, Dallas Woman's Forum; Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, New York; Museum of fine Arts, Houston, Texas; Edgar B. Davis Competition, San Antonio, Texas and the Annual Exhibition of the salons of America, New York.
John and Deborah Powers, "Texas Painters, Sculptors, and Graphic Artists"
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