AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Louise Howland King Cox (1865 – 1945)

Posted by L. A. on January 13, 2010


Lady With Flowers

May Flowers

The Rose

Portrait Of A Young Boy In A Sailor’s Costume

Portrait Of A Young Girl

Portrait Of A Young Girl

Leonard Cox (The Artist's Son)

Leonard Cox (The Artist’s Son)

The Artist's Daughter (Caroline)

The Artist’s Daughter (Caroline)

A Solemn Beauty

A Solemn Beauty

Flavia

Flavia

A Lady In Profile

A Lady In Profile

The Faithful Sitter

Allegorical Landscape

Allegorical Landscape

A Rondel

Still Life With Dianthus In An Asian Bowl

Still Life With Dianthus In An Asian Bowl

Woman's Home Companion cover

Woman’s Home Companion cover

Summer

Summer

Winter

Winter

 Autumn

Autumn

Seated Young Girl

Young Man With Lute

Young Man With Lute

Louise Howland King Cox portrayed by Kenyon Cox

3 Responses to “Louise Howland King Cox (1865 – 1945)”

  1. Billie Carroll said

    I have a print entitled, The Wedding Guest by Louise Cox. Appears to be in the same genre, but don’t see any reference to it anywhere. Can you tell me if it might be the same the artist? It is subtitled A Favorite Child at the Spring National Academy. It is of a seated young boy.

    • Suzay Lamb said

      Yes, Louise Howland King used to sign her paintings “Louise Cox”, as she was the wife of the well-known artist Kenyon Cox. The painting you’re referring to is catalogued at the date March 1, 1916 in the copyright entries of New York and it is described as follows: “Small boy in fancy costume seated on hassock on floor near leg of table”.

  2. Barbara Whipple said

    I have one of her etchings from the St. Louis Missouri World’s fair in 1907…Signed L.H.King…numbered and titled…My great grand parents bought it on the visit to the fair from Ga.

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