Biografie von Gulielma D. Tomlinso MARQUIS (1900-?)

Birth place: Fairfield, IA

Addresses: Des Moines, IA

Profession: Painter, industrial designer, lecturer, lithographer, teacher

Studied: Cumming School Art; Parsons Col., Fairfield, IA; Stone City Summer School, IA; Bertha Linder Pumphrey; Frances Keffer & Charles A. Cumming; Grant Wood & Marvin Cone.

Exhibited: Mid-Winter Exh., 1920 (prize), 1933 (prize), 1937 (prize); Iowa Art Salon, 1928 (prize),1930-41; Iowa AC, 1931-33 (prize), 1934-35; Joslyn MA, 1932; Des Moines AA, 1932-53; Des Moines WC Exhib., 1932-35, 1937, 1939-41; Des Moines Women's Cl. (prize); AFA traveling exh., 1938-39; Corcoran Gal. biennial, 1939 (as Tomlinson); Iowa State Fair, since 1912 (prize); Iowa Federation Women's Clubs Exhibit, 1932. Awards: prizes in Iowa, 1920-41.

Member: Iowa A. Cl. (sec., 1933-34); Iowa Federation Women's Clubs (art chairman, 1937-39); AFA; Des Moines AC; Iowa Engineering Soc.

Work: Iowa State Col.; Fairfield (IA) Pub. Lib.; Ames (IA) Woman's Cl.; Charles City (IA) Woman's Club; Congressional Bldg., Wash., DC; WPA murals, USPOs, Hoisington, KS; Mt. Pleasant, IA.

Comments: Author: Pioneer Industries (in the Middlewest before the Railroad), 1937. Teaching: Parsons College, Fairfield, IA,1944-46; indus. des., 1942-50s. Author: Before the Railroad, 1937. Lectures: Appreciation of Modern Art.

Sources: WW59; WW47; WW53; Ness & Orwig, Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years, 207.

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