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|Agnes Squire Potter or Agnes Potter Lowrie (1892-1964)|
A painter of landscapes and still lives, she was also a commercial artist in Chicago, Illinois and Cincinnati, Ohio.
Solo, Montross Gallery, NYC, 1931.
Paintings by Tressa Emerson Benson, Fred Biesel, Ruth Van Sickle Ford, Agnes Potter Lowrie, Irving Manoir, and David McCosh, AIC, 1932.
Solo, Arnot Art Gallery, Elmira (NY), 1926
Ferargil Gallery, NYC 1939, 40. Loring Andrews Gallery
Cincinnati (OH) Art Museum, 1945
National Academy of Design, NYC, 1949
Loring Andrews Gallery, Cincinnati (OH), 1949.
Whitney Museum of Art, 1952
Hewitt Gallery, NYC, 1956
Chicago Women's Club.
Chicago Woman's Aid Prize, Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, AIC, 1932.
Hinsdale Woman's Club Prize, Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago Artists, AIC
Chicago Municipal Collection
Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Information provided by Marilyn Weldin
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