Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kelley Hack was active/lived in New York, Ohio. Gwendolyn Hack is known for miniature paintings, sculpture, writing.
A painter of miniatures, she also authored several books and created sculptures.
Helen Gwendolyn Kelley was born in Columbus, Ohio, on November 10, 1877, and studied at the Academie Julian as well as Academie Colarossi in Paris, France. In 1895, she studied with Louis Gallert and exhibited a drawing at the Paris Salon. She traveled to Rome, Italy, where she was decorated by Queen Margherita of Italy for her miniature paintings.
Back in the United States, she exhibited 15 of her miniatures in 1896 at the Laura Memorial Exhibition in Cincinnati. In 1898, she exhibited at the National Academy of Design as well as the Trans.-Mississippi Expo. in Omaha, Nebraska. Known as "Gwendolyn Kelley" " Helen Gwendolyn Kelley" "Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kelley" " Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kelley Hack" "Gwendolyn Kelley Hack," she exhibited in 1917 as "Mrs. Charles Wesley" at the Society of Independent Artists.
Author:Edouard Remenyi: Musician, Litterateur, and Man: An Appreciation
(Originally published in 1906, re-printed)
A Genealogical History of the Dunlavey Family; Don Levi, Donlevy, Dunleavy, Dunlavey, Dunlevey, Etc.
By Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kelley. Columbus, Ohio: The Evans Printing Co., 1901.Modern psychic mysteries,
Millesimo Castle, Italy, by Gwendolyn Kelley Hack (London, Rider )
Venetian Voices; Psychic phenomena and Trans-Atlantic communications, first trans-oceanic transmission without apparatus, between Boston, U. S. A., and Venice, Italy, with comparative incidents and notes
, by Gwendolyn Kelley Hack ; with 14 illustrations
2-part Article for the Saturday Evening Post
Magazine titled " The Quest of One's Grandfather", (August 2, and August 9, 1902) Sources include:
Who's Who in American Art 1901, 1924
Who Was Who in American Art
Fink, American Art at the Nineteenth Century Salon