Julie Morrow DeForest


Julie Morrow DeForest


When the Tide is Low

Oil on Canvas
22 x 26 inches

Signed Lower Right

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Julie Morrow De Forest was born in New York in 1882.  She was an impressionist painter who frequently depicted the old homes of Cincinnati surrounded by sunlight and by foliage.  She traveled in Massachusetts and New York and also painted shores and country scenes.  


Wellesley College, A.B.; Columbia University, A.M.; Jonas Lie; Charles Hawthorne; John Carlson


AAPL; Allied Artists Am; National Arts Club; Prof Artists of Cincinnati; MacDowell Soc, Cinci; Cincinnati Art Museum Assn; Woman’s A. Cl., Cincinnati


CM, 1958; Woman’s A. Cl., S. Indp. A; Cincinnati; Newhouse Gal., New York; CGA; PAFA; NAD; All. A. Am; NAC; WFNY, 1939; Prof. A. Cincinnati; BM; Kansas City AI; Stated Island Mus. A,; Ohio State Fair; Marie Sterner Gal.; Farnsworth Mus.; Jersey City Mus. Assn.; Loring Andrews Gal., Cincinnati; Newhouse Galleries, New York; Milch Galleries, New York; Closson’s Gallery, Cincinnati  

Awards:  Medallion, Women’s Theodore Roosevelt Mem. Assn.; prize, CM, 1958; award for Landscape, Cincinnati Mus Art, Women’s Art Club; citation, Dict Int Biography, London, Eng


Farnsworth Mus.; Wellesley Col Collection, Mass.; Am. Fed. Women’s Col.; Cincinnati Mus Art; Univ Cincinnati Permanent Collection; Aurora Mus, IN; Nat Women’s Fedn Clubs


WW73; WW47; WW59; Pisano, One Hundred Years, The National Association of Women Artists