(1901 - 1967)
Gladys Rockmore Davis was active/lived in New York. Gladys Davis is known for figure, genre, landscape, portrait.
An artist who succeeded in both commercial and fine arts, Gladys Rockmore Davis gave up a career in advertising art to devote herself to creative painting. Her work in pastels ranks with her oils, and her chief subjects are children, nudes and still-lifes. She also painted ballet dancers, vignettes of liberated Paris, and scenes of Spain.
Born in New York City, on May 11, 1901, the daughter of David William Rockmore and Jeanette (Richman) Rockmore, Gladys Davis lived in New York until she was nine years old when her father, a lawyer and metallurgist, moved the family to Canada. She and her brother spent the next five years getting used to new schools as the family moved from place to place. The Rockmores eventually settled in San Fr ... Displaying 750 of 9834 characters.