Louise Crow was an American painter best known for her portraits of Pueblo Indians. Crow was born on September 14, 1891 in Seattle, Washington. In 1914 she attended William Chase's summer school in Carmel, California. She later studied at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1914-1917) and the Cincinnati Art Academy (1917-1918) under Frank Duveneck. She studied at the National Academy of Design in New York in 1918. She began exhibiting in California and Seattle in 1915. Crow lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1918-1921 and 1938- ca.1947 where she gained acceptance from local art community. The School of American Research made her a fellow in 1920 because of her fieldwork at San Ildefonso Pueblo and her work with Dr. Hewett. Eagle dancers and drummers from San Ildefonso Pueblo became the sub

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  • Louise Crow was an American painter best known for her portraits of Pueblo Indians. Crow was born on September 14, 1891 in Seattle, Washington. In 1914 she attended William Chase's summer school in Carmel, California. She later studied at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1914-1917) and the Cincinnati Art Academy (1917-1918) under Frank Duveneck. She studied at the National Academy of Design in New York in 1918. She began exhibiting in California and Seattle in 1915. Crow lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1918-1921 and 1938- ca.1947 where she gained acceptance from local art community. The School of American Research made her a fellow in 1920 because of her fieldwork at San Ildefonso Pueblo and her work with Dr. Hewett. Eagle dancers and drummers from San Ildefonso Pueblo became the subject of Crow's award winning work at the 1921 Paris Salon d'Automne. Crow also exhibited at the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Oakland Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and Salons of America and Ainslee Galleries in New York. Despite her early success, Crow lost money during the Depression and her painting career stifled due to mental illness later in life. Institutions that own her art include New Mexico Museum of Art, Museum of History and Industry, Washington State Governor's Mansion. (en)
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  • Louise Crow was an American painter best known for her portraits of Pueblo Indians. Crow was born on September 14, 1891 in Seattle, Washington. In 1914 she attended William Chase's summer school in Carmel, California. She later studied at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1914-1917) and the Cincinnati Art Academy (1917-1918) under Frank Duveneck. She studied at the National Academy of Design in New York in 1918. She began exhibiting in California and Seattle in 1915. Crow lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1918-1921 and 1938- ca.1947 where she gained acceptance from local art community. The School of American Research made her a fellow in 1920 because of her fieldwork at San Ildefonso Pueblo and her work with Dr. Hewett. Eagle dancers and drummers from San Ildefonso Pueblo became the sub (en)
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