Julia Alice Collins was active/lived in North Carolina, Georgia. Julia Collins is known for portrait, religious subjects, mural.
The following is from a relative of the artist.
Born in Savannah, Georgia, Julia Collins was a painter of portraits and religious subjects who lived primarily in Savannah but spent many summers in Asheville, North Carolina.
She was an art student at the Telfair Academy in Savannah and at the St. Louis School of Fine Arts. In 1921 and 1923, she won first and third prizes for portraits in the Tri-State expositions, and in 1924, she exhibited oil paintings at the Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Southern States League.
Her paintings, the 14 Stations of the Cross, were in the John Flannery Memorial Chapel of St. Joseph's Hospital, in Savannah, but their whereabouts currently are unknown.
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