(1885 - 1964)
Josephine Paddock was active/lived in New York. Josephine Paddock is known for figure, portrait and animal painter.
Josephine Paddock, born in 1885, exhibited two small, sketchy watercolor sketches of swans in Gallery L of the 1913 Armory Show in New York City.
Her work was among forty-eight 19th and 20th Century paintings in the collection of Seymour R. Thaler and Mildred Thaler Cohen which was bequeathed to the Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, Connecticut, in 2000. The works, many by well-known artists like George Inness, John Singer Sargent and Jasper Cropsey, were exhibited at the Museum in 2000 in A Touch of Light: American Tonalist Masters.
The Josephine Paddock Fellowship is the highest award for graduate studies in the arts at Barnard College, Columbia University, in New York City.
Josephine Paddock died in 1964.