Kathryne Hail Travis

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Kathryne Hail Travis Going to Water
Going to Water, nd
oil on canvas
18 x 24 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis Above Jasper_ Arkansas
Above Jasper, Arkansas, nd
oil on board
20 x 28 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis Flowers in Pink Vase
Flowers in Pink Vase, nd
pastel on paper
25 x 19 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis Hidden Lake_ Utah
Hidden Lake, Utah, nd
oil on canvas
20 x 28 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis Kanab Canyon_ Utah
Kanab Canyon, Utah, nd
oil on board
24 x 32 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis Portrait of a Girl
Portrait of a Girl, c. 1930
charcoal on paper
17 x 13 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis Road to Mountain Top_ Ozarks
Road to Mountain Top, Ozarks, nd
oil on board
24 x 32 in
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Kathryne Hail Travis

Kathryne Hail Travis

Kathryne Hail Travis Description

KATHRYNE HAIL TRAVIS (1894-1972)

A painter and teacher, Kathryne Hail Travis was born in Ozark, AR on Feb. 6, 1894. Hail studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Cincinnati Art Academy, and with George Bellows and Robert Henri. 

After her marriage to artist Olin Travis in 1916, the couple founded the Dallas Art Institute in 1925 and Summer School in the Ozarks.  A divorcée, in 1936 she moved to Hollywood, California where she lived for ten years.  She then maintained a studio in Seattle and, while there, worked in the Cascades, Olympic Mountains, and Alaska. 

Returning to Dallas in 1952, she opened a studio and operated a summer school in Ruidoso, NM.  She died there on Jan. 10, 1972.  Primarily a portraitist, she also painted still lifes and landscapes. 

Member: AFA; Dallas AA. Exh: Webb Gallery (LA), 1941 (solo); Sartor Galleries (Dallas), 1933, 1968. WWAA 1940; KOV; Art & Artists of Texas; WW of American Women; Independent Spirits.

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