Georgine Campbell

Georgine Campbell (1861–1931) was a 19th-century American painter from the U.S. state of Louisiana, specializing in miniature portrait painting. Trained in New Orleans and Paris, Campbell had the double distinction of inborn the first Southern woman who came to New York to make portrait painting a profession, and one who has earned a competency.
When the perform began to tell upon her eyes, she was obliged to limit her mature spent on miniatures and alternate it like larger pieces. In the gift day, her portraits of Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Morrison Flagler are allowance of the Smithsonian's collection at the National Portrait Gallery.

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