• Geneva, South of France, 2001


On this 100th anniversary of Geneva's birth (Geneva Helen Abbott, Commerce, MO), her art is getting a fresh presentation, even if the quality of the photos cannot be improved. Some few works are available for sale, so please inquire if interested. Most of the work here has been sold or belongs to family members. If you own any of Geneva's work, I would very much appreciate a photo of it! replica watches.to Replica Watches Patek Philippe Replica Replica Patek Philippe Breitling Replica Replica Breitling

  • Landscape

    Water color, St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice'
    Geneva's largest body of work

    While G's earliest works were in oil, for several decades most of her work was in watercolor. She did experiment with acrylic, and did return to oil painting from time to time.

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  • Still Life

    Water color, still life of orchids
    A variety of styles

    Here, landscapes that are mostly flower scenes join a collection of still lifes.

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  • Abstract

    Water color, abstract with bumblebee
    Mixed media including collage

    The products of occasional experimental periods.

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  • Portraiture

    Water color portrait of David
    So few here, so many out there

    From quick sketches for school fund-raisers and outdoor art shows, to studied formal portraits, there is a huge body of Geneva's work in circulation.

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About G

Geneva's preferred photo for artist biography'
Geneva studied commercial art at Hadley Vocational School after being graduated from Central High in Saint Louis. She worked for International Shoe Company as a commercial artist until the late 1940's, from which time she dedicated herself to fine art. She was an active member and elected officer of the St. Louis Artists' Guild, an active member and leader of the Society of Independent Artists in St. Louis, the Ruth Kelso Renfrow Art Club, The Wednesday Club of St. Louis, and The Craft Alliance. She exhibited and sold her works in shows and galleries in the St. Louis area until moving to Hilton Head Island in 1980. Her works are in collections across the US, in Europe and Japan.

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