Isabel Lockwood was active/lived in California. Isabel Lockwood is known for painting.
Lockwood lived and maintained a studio in Oakland, CA during World War II. She
painted landscapes, still lifes, portraits and seascapes. She was a member of
the Society of Western Artists and of the Oakland Art Association.” per
BodegaBayHeritageGallery.com; is she the Isabel Lockwood who corresponded with
Olive Percival in Pasadena during WWII? per Olive Percival papers at UCLA
Special Collections?; won first place in oil landscape at Alameda County Fair,
per Daily Review (Hayward, California?),
June 23, 1954, page 14; holds one-person show of oils and pastels at Alameda Art
Assn., Studio and tea, per Oakland
Tribune, May 14, 1957, page 26; elected a director of Alameda Art Assn., per Oakland Tribune, April 6 ... Displaying 750 of 1832 characters.