AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Greta Kempton (1903 – 1991)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on June 10, 2009


Harry TrumanHarry S. Truman

Harry S. Truman

Harry S. Truman

Bess Wallace Truman

Bess Wallace Truman

Truman Family PortraitTruman Family Portrait

Margaret Truman

Margaret Truman

Margaret Truman

Truman In Masonic Regalia

Truman In Masonic Regalia

Girl In A Ruffled Dress

Black Haired Woman In White Gown

Black Haired Woman In White Gown

Betty Lee Richardson Moore

Betty Lee Richardson Moore

Woman In Floral Dress

Woman In Floral Dress

Woman Wearing Asian Hat

Woman Wearing Asian Hat

A Young Woman

A Young Woman

Portrait Of A Woman And Dog

Portrait Of A Woman And Dog

In The Tropics

In The Tropics

Chieftan's Daughter

Chieftan’s Daughter

Chief Frank John

Chief Frank John

Blonde Lady With Large White Hat

Blonde Lady With Large White Hat

Citron Veil

Citron Veil

The Ballerina

The Ballerina

Drucie Snyder

Drucie Snyder

Young Woman Wearing A Chinese Kimono

Young Woman Wearing A Chinese Kimono

The Ancient One

The Ancient One

White Bearded Man

White Bearded Man

White Hat With Black Bow

White Hat With Black Bow

Captain George Fried

Captain George Fried

Antique Stole

Antique Stole

His Eminence Samuel Cardinal Stritch

His Eminence Samuel Cardinal Stritch

Dagmar Nordstrom

Dagmar Nordstrom

Two Children Reading

Two Children Reading

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Girl

Portrait Of A Girl

Portrait Of A Gentleman

Portrait Of A Gentleman

Self-Portrait In Blue Headdress

Self-Portrait In Blue Headdress

 

3 Responses to “Greta Kempton (1903 – 1991)”

  1. Yes, most famous for the Truman Portraits, Greta Kempton was said to have been one of the greatests portraitists of her time. As an artist, she was so much more than “America’s Court Painter” to the Truman administration. She excelled at portraits of many Americans from so many walks of life. To learn more visit http://www.gretakempton.org.

  2. Suzay Lamb said

    Thank you for your information.

  3. [...] Many of her paintings can be viewed at this link. [...]

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