Coe, Ethel Louise(American, 1880-1938)
Ethel Louise Coe, a painter, printmaker, illustrator and teacher, studied at The Art Institute of Chicago and in Madrid with Joaquin Sorolla-y-Bastida. She received the Young Fortnightly Prize in 1911. Coe served as an instructor at the University of Chicago and at Northwestern University from 1923-1926. Her work is part of the permanent collections of Sarah Lawrence College, the Sioux City Art Museum, the Kohler Gallery, and the Vanderpeol Art Association.
Works Cited:
Optiz, Glenn B., ed. Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers. Pughkeepsie: Apollo, 1986.

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