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 Kate Chandler Thompson  (1870 - 1948)

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Lived/Active: California / United Kingdom/France/England      Known for: floral motif and city scene painting

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Born in San Francisco, CA on Aug. 6, 1870,  Kate Chandler Thomson  (Thompson) was the daughter of Lucius Thomson who was a partner of George C. Shreve, a jeweler. She studied art locally during the 1880s and established a studio in San Francisco at 932 Sutter Street. She was active in the art scene in both San Francisco and San Diego until 1914.

Just before the outbreak of WWI she moved to a studio in Paris. While there, she helped manage a bureau for reception of refugees until the armistice. After the war she moved to London where she illustrated for Selborne Magazine and other English periodicals. Her exhibition in London in 1932 was a great success with a sale to Queen Mary.

She became well known in London for her watercolors of floral miniatures, portraits, and scenes of Paris, Rome and London.

After surviving the bombings in London during WWII, Thomson returned to California in 1946 and died in Mill Valley on March 28, 1948.

Member:
San Francisco Art Association; Sketch Club of San Francisco; Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts; Royal Society of Miniature Painters (vice-pres.).

Exhibitions:
Mechanics' Institute, 1885-99; San Francisco Art Association, 1889-1904; Oakland Art Fund, 1905; Sketch Club, 1906; Walker's Gallery (London), 1932 (solo); United Artists, Royal Academy of Arts, 1942; Studio 12 (SF), 1948 (solo); St Helena (CA) Library, 1987 (retrospective).

Collections:
Royal Society of Arts; Royal Watercolor Society; Imperial War Museum; Chichester Cathedral; Victoria and Albert Library
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Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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