Biografie von Gordon COUTTS (1868-1937)

Birth place: Aberdeen, Scotland

Death place: Palm Springs, CA.

Addresses: San Francisco, CA, 1902; Piedmont, CA; Palm Springs, 1925

Profession: Landscape, portrait, and figure painter, illustrator, teacher, writer

Studied: Académie Julian, Paris with Lefebvre, Robert-Fleury, Dechenaud; in Glasgow; Carl Rossi

Exhibited: Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expo, 1909 (gold); Paris Salon, 1913 (gold); Pan-Pacific Expo, 1915 (medal); Sacramento Expo, 1930 (gold); Royal Acad., London.

Member: Royal Academy; Bohemian Club

Work: Oakland Mus.; de Young Mus.; CMA; Melbourne Art Gal.; Adelaide Nat. Gal.; Nat. Art Gal., Sydney.

Comments: He was Government Instr. of Art for ten years at the Art Society of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. His first wife was Alice Coutts (see entry). Specialty: desert landscapes.

Sources: WW21; Hughes, Artists of California, 119-120; P&H Samuels, 110.

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