Foster Jewell PaintingsRandall Reynolds
Santa Fe New Mexican- Feb 14 1944- Mrs. Jack Frye Buys Jewell Paintings- on visit to Santa Fe, bought two oil paintings by Foster Jewell, 834 El Caminito, last week, it was learned today. One of the paintings, "As in a Dream" has been on display at the Museum, (Plaza) and the second, "Symphony in December" was bought by Mrs. Frye on a visit to the artist's studio (off Canyon Road). Mrs. Frye whose husband is president of TWA, lives in Washington D.C. and has a ranch in Arizona. Jewell is a recent resident of Santa Fe. The transaction was one of the most important of the winter art season!
The Fryes had quite an extensive collection of valuable artwork at their homes in Washington, Kansas City, and Sedona.
Foster JewellDiane Laag
I would like to know if someone could tell me if Foster Jewell did any of his work in pastels?
Foster JewellDebbie LaFauce
I am another grandchild of Foster Jewell, and I have all on his and his wifes (Rhoda Jewell's Poetry books. I have also looked for his work in museums and have yet to find any, but I am sure they are out there.
Foster JewellLois Reahard
I am Fosters grandchild. He lived in our home when I was a child. I have several of his sculptures. I am trying to find out if any of his pieces are at the Smithsonian.
Student workJames A. Straub
Grand Rapids, MI born, Foster Jewell, was a student of Mathias J. Alten (1871-1938)www.mathiasalten.com. He accompanied Alten on a painting trip to Spain in 1922. Alten later visited Jewell in California, and the two men painted there. Jewell later went on the become an accomplished wood sculptor and haiku poet.