(1917 - 1997)
Helen Coolidge Adams was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York. Helen Adams is known for impressionist seasonal paintings, portraits, murals.
Helen Coolidge Adams's refreshing and bright Impressionistic paintings of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, the Public Garden and Cambridge have truly captured Boston in all seasons.
Ms. Adams was born in New York City in 1917, and attended Miss Hewitt's School, New York, and Miss Porter's School, Farmington, Connecticut. Although a native New Yorker, she made Boston and environs her home after her marriage to Kenneth L. Isaacs.
She won a gold medal for painting at the Grand Central Art School in New York where she attended the Art Students' League. She also attended the Fontainbleau School of Art and Music in France. After her professional training, she became a portrait painter, and was then commissioned by Kennedy Galleries in New Y ... Displaying 750 of 1433 characters.