(1869 - 1944)
Anne Wilson Goldthwaite was active/lived in Alabama, New York / France. Anne Goldthwaite is known for southern landscape, genre and portrait painting, etching.
Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Anne Goldthwaite was a painter in early modernist style of southern subjects, especially Black Americans. Her work has been described as expressive rather than abstract, and because of her many etchings* and watercolors of southern life, many of them sympathetic to post-slave culture Negroes, she is also regarded one of the South's most important regionalist artists. Shortly before she died, she completed two murals of southern genre for post offices at Atmore and Tuskegee, Alabama.
Goldthwaite was from a prominent Montgomery, Alabama family. Her parents died when she was young, and she was raised by an aunt. Goldthwaite was presented to society as a debutante and "seemed destined for the life of a Southe ... Displaying 750 of 11665 characters.