Dorothy McVey Cother -Portrait of a Chinese woman wearing a silk dress oil painting
Oil painting on canvas - Signed and dated 1928
Frame size 33 x 40"
Canvas size 27 x 34
Dorothy McVey Cother was active/lived in New York, Tennessee. She is known for water color landscape painting, teaching.
Dorothy McVey (1898-1971)
Born Crossville, Tennessee. Died Spencertown, New York.
Parents: John H. and Adah L. Cother.
Married 29 Jul 1934. Anders Johansen.
Graduate, Pratt Institute.
1925 Census Brooklyn, New York. Age 25. Art Instructor, Pratt Institute.
1940 Census Austerlitz, New York. Married name: Johansen. Teacher, painting.
Member, New York Water Color Club, American Water Color Society, National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors.
Annual Exhibition by members of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation at the Art Center of New York. The Foundation completes its fourth year as a residence for artists.
Dayton Daily News (Newspaper) (Dayton, Ohio) 25 Nov 1923.Pratt Instructors in Oregon.Out in Oregon at beautiful Ashland, on the Great Pacific Highway, where towers Mr. Ashland, 7,688 feet high, a group of teachers from Pratt Institute are having a most delightful summer. They are teaching at the Ashland School of Art and in addition to their classwork are enjoying the wonderful climate and many trips to such places as Crater Lake, Klamath Falls and Lakes, and Lake of the Woods, Rogue River, etc.The party consists of Miss Dorothy McVey Cother, of 309 Washington Avenue, landscape painting and applied crafts; Miss Belle Cady White, of 150 Steuben street, watercolors and decorative design; Miss Mary Seabury Booth, methods, practice, design and colors; and Mr. Eugen H. Petersen, pencil sketching and commercial art.
A beautiful piece that will add to your décor!