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 Harriet Phillips Grandstaff  (1894 - 1975)

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Lived/Active: Texas      Known for: landscape, portrait, illustrator

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Harriet Phillips Grandstaff was a fashion illustrator and art teacher. In addition, she painted landscapes and portraits. She was born in Longview, Texas and lived in Bryan, Texas before going to New York to study at Columbia University. She returned to Texas in 1919 and began studies with Frank Reaugh and Vivian Aunspaugh in Dallas. Grandstaff continued her studies in Nashville, Indiana under Louis Oscar Griffith.

Grandstaff worked as a fashion illustrator for the Sanger Brothers and Neiman-Marcus department stores in Dallas. In 1940 she began teaching at the Dallas Art Institute. Her paintings appeared on the covers of  Farm and Ranch magazine and Holland's magazine.

Grandstaff died in Waxahachie hospital and was buried in Red Oak, Texas.

Affiliations for Grandstaff include the Dallas Artist League and the Frank Reaugh Art Club, Dallas.

Exhibitions were the Annual Allied Arts Exhibition, Dallas (1933); Women Artists of Dallas County, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (1938); Women Artists of Texas 1850-1950, and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas (1993).

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John and Deborah Powers, Texas Painters, Sculptors, and Graphic Artists

Additional note from David Dike Auctions:

D. McFarland Stone is the widow of Thomas Emmett McFarland, who was the nephew of Mrs. Grandstaff.  Thomas E. McFarland was a Little Rascal and Our Gang star and brother to Spanky McFarland.


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