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 Helen M. Goodwin  (1865 - 1955)

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Lived/Active: Indiana      Known for: landscape, miniature painting

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Helen Goodwin
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Still Life of Fruit in Bowl
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Helen M. Goodwin was born in New Castle, Indiana in 1865.  Like many young women artists of her day she went to New York to study at the Art Students League and then on to Paris to study at the Academie Julian.  While in Paris she also attended classes with painter Charles Hoffbauer.  Upon her return to the United States Goodwin visited the thriving artists’ community of Provincetown, Massachusetts where she took classes with the popular teacher Charles Webster Hawthorne.  She also attended summer classes at the Shinnecock Summer School of William Merritt Chase.

Goodwin exhibited at the Royal Academy, London, from 1907-1911; Art Institute of Chicago, 1913 and in 1925 at the Hoosier Salon in her home state of Indiana where she won a prize for her work.  She was an active member of the Indiana Art Club; Provincetown Art Association; Women’s Art Association, Paris and the Hoosier Salon.  She was known to have also exhibited under the name Goodwin-Paine.  

Goodwin was a close friend of Hoosier Salon painter T.C. Steele and his wife Selma, also an artist.  She is referenced in the 2004 publication, Skirting the Issue: Stories of Indiana's Historical Women Artists, by Judith Vale Newton.

Submitted by Kent VanTyle

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