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 Louise Crow Boyac  (1891 - 1968)

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Lived/Active: Washington/New Mexico/California / France      Known for: figure, genre-Southwest Indian

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Louise Crow was born on September 14, 1891 in Seattle, Washington. In 1914 she attended William Chases summer school in Carmel, California. She later studied at the San Francisco Institute of Art and the Cincinnati Art Academy under Frank Duveneck. She studied at the National Academy of Design in New York and traveled and studied in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1918-1921. From 1921-1925 she studied in France, Italy and Spain. She then lived in Washington, D.C, before returning to Seattle. Crow later spent time in San Francisco and Santa Fe.

Louise Crow worked in oils and watercolors with a wide variety of subjects including landscapes abroad and portraits, mountains and seascapes. Much of her work had California and Southwest themes.

Crow exhibitions include the Oakland Museum, CA; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; Salon dAutomne, Paris; Salons of America, New York; the Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe; and the Ainslee Galleries, New York.

Crow briefly married Roy Keech in 1938. After her divorce she used the name Boyac, though not professionally. Louise Crow died on July 26, 1968 in San Mateo, California.

Credits: "An Encyclopedia of Women Artists of the American West" by Phil Kovinick and Marian Yoshiki-Kovinick



This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Louise Crow Boyac was born in Seattle, WA on Sept. 14, 1891.  Crow was a pupil of Paul M. Gustin in Seattle (1909); Wm M. Chase in Carmel (1914); John Stanton and Frank Van Sloun at CSFA (1915-16); Duveneck in Cincinnati (1917-18); NAD (1918); and Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Paris (1921).  After leaving Paris, she traveled throughout Europe.  After 1925 she was active in the San Francisco Bay area and Seattle until 1939 when she settled in Santa Fe, NM.  Her marriage to writer Roy Keech failed so she adopted the family name Boyac.  She died in San Mateo, CA on July 26, 1968.  Her work includes Indian genre and portraits. 

Exh:  Oakland Art Gallery, 1915; De Young Museum, 1916; Calif. Liberty Fair, 1918; Museum of New Mexico, 1919; Paris Salon, 1921; SFAA, 1920s; CGA, 1927. 

In: Museum of New Mexico.
Source:
Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
AAW; Ben; AAA 1917.
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Biography from Martin-Zambito Fine Art:
Louise Crow Boyac was featured in Artifact Magazine in September/October 1995. The article was written by David F. Martin and titled "Louise Crow Boyac (1891-1968)." The article contains a photograph of the painting, "Eagle Dance, San Ildefonso," 1919, oil on canvas, 6 x 8 on page 29.

David Martin
Martin-Zambito Fine Art


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