|This biography from the Archives of AskART:|
|A long-time teacher at the Cincinnati Art Academy, Caroline Lord was
born in Cincinnati and studied extensively before starting her 25-year
career. She was a student at the Cincinnati Academy, the Art
Students League in New York, and in Paris, attended the Academy Julian
and the Academy Delecluse. |
She exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1892, and 1893-95, and other
exhibition venues included the 1893 Chicago Exposition, the
Pennsylvania Academy in in 1898 and 1902, and the Society of Western
Artists in 1898.
Lord was a long-time member of the Cincinnati Women's Art Club, and her work is at the Cincinnati Museum.
Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art
|Biography from Massillon Museum:|
|Caroline A. Lord was born in Cincinnati and was the daughter of the
president of the Lafayette, Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad.
In 1884 she enrolled at the Cincinnati Academy of Fine Arts where she
studied under Lewis C. Lutz and Thomas Noble. |
In 1890 she went to Paris to continue her studies at the Academie
Julian where she was taught by Jean P. Laurens and Jean
Benjamin-Constant. While in Paris, Lord worked with Elizabeth
Nourse, a fellow Cincinnatian and good friend. She exhibited at
the Paris Salons of 1892-1895 and received a bronze medal at the
Chicago Columbian Exposition of 1893.
In 1892 she returned to the United States and went to New York to study
under Kenyon Cox at the Art Students League. She then returned to
Cincinnati and taught at the Academy of Fine Arts for the next
She is best known for her portraits, urban views and still lifes.
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