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 Janet Kellogg Hodges Reid  (1894 - 1988)

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Lived/Active: Connecticut/New York/Wisconsin      Known for: Land-and townscape painting, illustration

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A Sunny Afternoon
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is courtesy of Sue Sellars Rice via Laura Avery, Manager of the Art League of Manatee County, an entity in which Janet Reid was an active member. The information is based on the obituary given at the artist funeral by her husband, Dr. Paul C. Hodges.

Born in Merrill, Wisconsin, Janet Reid was the daughter of brilliant parents who were graduates of the University of Wisconsin. Her father became a circuit judge, and the family moved to Wausau, Wisconsin where Reid graduated from high school. She also graduated from Milwaukee Downer College, and in 1915 went to Chicago where she studied at the Art Institute of Chicago with George Elmer Browne and George Pearce Ennis.

In September 1920, she married Frederic William Thompson, an employee of a company dealing in dairy equipment, but about eight months later, he was killed in a streetcar accident. For the next eight years, Janet studied and practiced art in New England, and Paris, France where she was a student of Grande Chaumiere, and exhibited in the Paris Salon.

In 1929, she married Royal Kellogg, a former Wausau neighbor, and for the next thirty-six years, they lived in Yonkers, New York, and Wilton, Connecticut and then on board a sailing vessel specially built for them. They traveled extensively and Janet sketched and painted regularly, creating paintings from her on-site sketches in her studio in Palmetto, Florida. Kellogg died in 1965, and three years later she married Paul Hodges, who had known her through family in Wausau.

In her later years, Janet Reid did little painting, but created sculptures from sheet metal and carved styrofoam. She spent much time gardening and sailing and traveling world wide with her third husband. Five years before she died, she had an incapacitating stroke and entered a nursing home in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Her memberships included Allied Artists of America, the American Artists Professional League, and the Art League of Manatee County. Her work was exhibited at the Milwaukee Art Institute, the New York Water Color Club, and the American Water Color Society.

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