Genevieve Goth Graf (1890-1961)
Bouquet in Blue Pitcher
Oil on Board
8 x 10 inches
Signed Lower Right
This painting appeared in our weekly email on 6/10/16 with the following gallery comments:
Genevieve Goth Graf was an angel. She supported her sister, Marie Goth, through her studies. And upon Marie’s return to Indianapolis, Genevieve helped Marie relocate to Brown County. She did this as a teacher and it’s always struck me as a most selfless act. Genevieve was a frequent visitor to Nashville and in the course of that, met and married fellow artist Carl Graf. Her output is more limited than that of her sister and her husband because she worked full time. Today’s painting, Bouquet in Blue Pitcher is very representative of her style. She concentrated on still lifes and loved to set them up as a little tableau — often employing objects beyond the flowers. The painting has been cleaned and re-varnished and is in very good condition. It’s housed in a gold antique reproduction frame and ready to hang.
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