Jean KELLOGG, "Spirit
of the Wave"
paper. Signed lower right. 10 1/2 in. x 14 1/2 in., titled verso: "Spirit of
the Wave". Framed.
(1910- ). Painter, etcher. Born in Berkeiey, CA on July 16, 1910. Kellogg
studied at the ASL in NYC, Yale School of Fine Arts, Corcoran Gallery School
and Phillips Memorial Gallery in Washington, DC. She later had instruction
from Henry Varnum Poor, Clifford Beal, and Kari Knaths. Returning to California
in 1931, she settled in the family summer home in Carmel Highlands. There
she began a long apprenticeship with Paul Dougherty and, during her years
with him, painted mainly marines and landscapes. During the 1950s she was
most occupied with etching and in 1960 married artist James Dickie. Mrs.
Dickie currently lives in Carmel Highlands. Member: Carmel AA; Calif. Society
of Etchers. Works held: Museums of Modern Art, NYC & SF. Bulletin of
Monterey History & Art Ass'n, Sept. 1988; Betty McGiynn; WWAA 1940-41;
Monterey.' The Artist's View, 1925-45.(excerpt from Hughes) Listed Davenports,Hughes,Whos.
last modified 2/1/99, copyright 1999 by Marco Ziegler
|water color 'spirit of the wave'
||signature lower right